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BusinessWeek Online: Best Blogs for the Young and Broke

by Luke Landes

By Karyn McCormack August 11, 2006 Should you be clipping coupons or should you just stop buying “crap?” Here are some blogs to help you get real about money. Figuring out whether clipping coupons is worth the time and money saved at the grocery store may not be your cup of tea. According to many ... Continue reading this article…

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Consumerism Commentary in the Press

by Luke Landes

Occasionally, Consumerism Commentary is featured or mentioned in the mainstream press. Below is a list of many of my media appearances. Media: Please contact me if you are interested in speaking to me about any topic and I will respond as soon as possible. 2011 KRLD-CBS Dallas/Fort Worth, AM 1080. Appeared on the news to ... Continue reading this article…

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Personal Finance Blogs

by Luke Landes

Blueprint for Financial Prosperity Free Money Finance Mighty Bargain Hunter Accumulating Money Blogging Away Debt Dual Income No Kids Everybody Loves Your Money Experiments in Finance Inchoate Random Abstractions Make Love, Not Debt Making Our Way Mapgirl’s Fiscal Challenge Money Crashers My Open Wallet MyMoneyBlog No Credit Needed Our Money A Penny Saved Personal Finance ... Continue reading this article…

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More Carnivals and Free Stuff

by Luke Landes

In addition to the Carnival of Personal Finance which was posted early this morning, Blueprint for Financial Prosperity is hosting the Carnival of Investing and the Carnival of Debt Reduction, while the Carnival of Business is up at MyMoneyForest. Don’t forget to answer today’s Question of the Day and enter for the chance of winning ... Continue reading this article…

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Weekly Blog Round-Up

by Luke Landes

Here are a few articles from the MoneyBlogNetwork and beyond this past week. AllFinancialMatters wonders what your email inbox says about you. Free Money Finance says a high starting salary is worth $1 million and is frustrated with an issue with his elliptical machine from Sears. Blueprint for Financial Prosperity talks about creating joint banking ... Continue reading this article…

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The Age of Credit

by Luke Landes

I’ve been talking with J.D. of Get Rich Slowly about the rise of (the social acceptance of) personal debt in the twentieth century, which was somewhat spurred on by my MoneyBloggerPodcast interview. J.D. has included a passage from a book, Ain’t We Got Fun, in his recent post, The Dawn of the Age of Credit. ... Continue reading this article…

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Weekly Blog Round-Up

by Luke Landes

Here’s what you may have read from the members of the MoneyBlogNetwork (and beyond) this week: Five Cent Nickel shared his first impressions of Craigslist. He found it to be full of scammers. Free Money Finance has a list of 8 places to live less expensive than the major cities but seem to be “nice” ... Continue reading this article…

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Carnival of Business #16

by Luke Landes

Welcome to Consumerism Commentary and the 16th edition of the Carnival of Business. If you’re new to this website, feel free to read about me and this blog and peruse a collection of articles from the first half of this year. There were a number of submissions this week, and below you will find all ... Continue reading this article…

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