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How to Feel a Little Richer

by Luke Landes

I originally posted this in September 2003, but it never hurts to revisit the issue to raise the feeling self-worth a little bit. If you’re feeling down about not being able to afford to live on your income, just pop on over to the Global Rich List, enter your income, and voila! — instant satisfaction ... Continue reading this article…

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Taking a Pay Cut Sometimes Pays Off

by Luke Landes

At the moment I’m writing this entry, 85 percent of respondents to an informal CNN Money survey say they’d be willing to take a pay cut if the situation was right, while the other 15 percent would not consider such a move. According to Jeanne Sahadi, who speaks from personal experience, there are situations where taking a ... Continue reading this article…

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Review of The Number by Lee Eisenberg, Part 1

by Luke Landes

Over the next week or so, I’ll be taking an in-depth look at a book to be released next year entitled The Number, written by Lee Eisenberg. Before I get to the book, let me explain how the book came into my possession. At the end of October, I blogged about Lee’s article in New ... Continue reading this article…

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Thank Your First Commenter Day

by Luke Landes

In honor of Thank Your First Customer Day, I’d like to thank Darren R. Sussman, who was the first commenter on Consumerism Commentary (out of 1,127 comments), and he commented on the entry entitled, Owning a Home, Owing Money. Here is what he wrote: Well, of course. Buying a house is an investment, and a ... Continue reading this article…

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HOWTO Excessively Spoil Your Kids, Part 2

by Luke Landes

Last year, I wrote about pricey gifts available for children of those with money to burn. Now that we’re back in the holiday season, I noticed a new article from CNN Money with the latest updates for the upscale gift shopper. While last year’s article mentioned the most expensive toys, this year’s list seems comparatively ... Continue reading this article…

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Carnival

by Luke Landes

The Carnival of Personal Finance has been posted on Frugal for Life who has done a wonderful job as usual. Check it out. I’m currently on vacation in California, and I probably won’t have too many chances to get online, so this will probably be a light posting week for me.

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The Cat Is Out Of The Bag

by Luke Landes

Jungle Magazine, a publication focusing on business education and the eminent Master of Business Administration degree, has done a good job writing up Consumerism Commentary for one of the magazine’s past issues. I believe the article was published earlier this year but only recently did it become available online. They let the cat out of ... Continue reading this article…

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Carnival Monday

by Luke Landes

Now that we have a Carnival of Personal Finance today, don’t forget to check out the latest Carnival of Debt Reduction at Frugal For Life. Speaking of Frugal for Life, they will be the host of next week’s Carnival of Personal Finance. If you are submitting an article, always please use this email address for ... Continue reading this article…

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