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Some Reading for Wednesday

by Luke Landes

Here are some articles I’ve found interesting today: * You want a piece of me? Pay me. Your tax return may be sold to third parties including marketers, if you give consent. Don’t give consent. * Good habits are hard to break. It’s a new Millionaire in the Making with a couple making a significant ... Continue reading this article…

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Google Finance, Including Blogs

by Luke Landes

This is interesting. Google is launching a finance-related web site, seemingly to compete with the likes of Yahoo Finance. The site is described as a “financial news, stock quote and chat service,” and apparently financial blogs will be highlighted. I tried searching for Google on the new service, and you can see the results. I’m ... Continue reading this article…

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Reminder: Carnival of Personal Finance

by Luke Landes

To my blogging friends, don’t forget to submit an article to the Carnival of Personal Finance. The next Carnival will be hosted by AllThingsFinancial on Monday, so send JLP a link to your favorite post nice and early.

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Around The Horn

by Luke Landes

Here are some articles from around the blogosphere I enjoyed this week. Don’t Do Drug Tests for Money. While it’s great to find unique ways to earn extra income, Jim suggests you stay away from drug tests, following the recent news report of a test backfiring in the U.K. What $300,000 Buys You In… Depending ... Continue reading this article…

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Introducing Ka-Blog

by Luke Landes

I love to see traditional media getting involved with blogging. The Star Tribune from Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota is the latest to join the fray with “Pay Dirt” Kara McGuire’s Ka-Blog, a companion to her personal finance column, Ka-Ching. In her first entry, Kara writes about NetWorthIQ and includes a link to her family’s NetWorthIQ profile.

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Tracking Restricted Stock in Quicken

by Luke Landes

As I mentioned earlier today, employees in my company have been granted restricted stock, vesting in three years. I decided to do some research to try to determine how to track the value in Quicken, which I use for tracking my personal finances. From what I can tell through some Google research, you don’t track ... Continue reading this article…

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HOWTO Get Personalized Financial Advice

by Luke Landes

I get a number of emails from individuals looking for financial advice. Presumably, these people read this blog and are hoping I will have some insight into their own personal finances. Even more often, I receive emails with requests for a certain topic they’d like to see me cover. While I’m flattered, those seeking personal ... Continue reading this article…

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Time To Catch Up

by Luke Landes

I’m back in the northeast and I have tons of catching up to do with blogs, school work, work, and more. First, I’d like to mention today’s Carnival of Personal Finance, which was hosted by pfadvice.com. Some of the most interesting entries in my opinion are Funny Munny’s comments on Verizon and Career Intensity’s Your ... Continue reading this article…

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