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Next Book: Career Intensity By David Lorenzo

by Luke Landes

Last night, I received a preview copy of Career Intensity: Business Strategy for Workplace Warriors and Entrepreneurs by David Lorenzo. If I find time during the week, I plan on reading and writing about the book. Although it doesn’t seem directly related to personal finance, per se, it appears that I should be able to ... Continue reading this article…

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Retire to the Road

by Luke Landes

When it comes to talking about retirement, there is often discussion about where in the country or the world to go to live out the rest of life after working responsibilities have ended. Where I live, it’s not uncommon for retirees to migrate to Florida. Lately, there have been more retirement communities being developed around ... Continue reading this article…

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Media Mentions

by Luke Landes

Congratulations to the ad-free personal financial blogs aggregator, pfblogs.org, which was mentioned both in Business Week (in an upcoming issue and online for subscribers) and in Barrons Online (for subscribers). A number of blogs were also mentioned between the two articles including MyMoneyBlog, My Open Wallet, Savvy Saver, Happy Capitalist, Frugal for Life, the MoneyBlogNetwork, ... Continue reading this article…

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Busy Week and Forgotten Lunches

by Luke Landes

It’s been a busy week in the life of Flexo, and I didn’t get to write as much as I would like. My work week was full of meetings and training sessions, so rather than filling up my free time at work with searching for hours, I had to use that time for work instead. ... Continue reading this article…

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We Don’t Need No Steenkin’ $1,000,000 for Retirement

by Luke Landes

It’s Liz Pulliam Weston against the experts and pundits in the biggest battle since Apolo Anton Ohno grabbed someone’s skate while competing in the short track speed skating competition. In this article Weston takes prognosticators to task for claiming the sky is falling when it comes to preparing for retirement. No one really knows how ... Continue reading this article…

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Around The Horn

by Luke Landes

Here’s what we had going on in the MoneyBlogNetwork (and more) this week. It was a light posting week for me as I’ve been quite busy with life, but everyone else has been blogging like mad: * JLP snagged an interview with Jonathan Clements from the Wall Street Journal (Part 1 and Part 2). * ... Continue reading this article…

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Overspending vs. Underearning

by Luke Landes

Are you an underearner? The general consensus for increasings savings in financial advice circles is to rein in your spending, since the expense side of the equation is easier to manage than the income side. You can cut back your spending on cable television by 50 percent, but getting an equivalent 50 percent increase in pay is ... Continue reading this article…

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Around The Blogs

by Luke Landes

Let’s see what’s been happening around the blogosphere this week. * JLP from AllThingsFinancial describes the TurboTax Gift Reward Program and is still amazed by his sons. * Nickel from Five Cent Nickel recommends Kill-a-Watt for lowering electricity bills. * Jim from Blueprint lists words to avoid on resumes and notes the increase of salaries ... Continue reading this article…

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