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This Week in the Archives: Solvency, Mistakes, and Loan Consolidation

by Luke Landes

86.6 percent of regular Consumerism Commentary readers have been visiting this blog for a year or less. That’s a lot of people who have missed articles written this week in prior years. If that includes you, this retrospective is for your benefit. Here are some of the articles that may be worth a read. From June ... Continue reading this article…

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Battle of the Riches: Good vs. Evil. Which Side is Money On?

by Luke Landes

In my review of Cash, Cars & College by Janine Bolon, I didn’t mention the author’s thoughts on the nature of money, which she included in the book. To expand on this section, Janine has offered the following guest post. Why Become Wealthy? Believe it or not, I’ve actually been asked this question by a ... Continue reading this article…

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The 2nd Anniversary Carnival of Personal Finance: Wow!

by Luke Landes

J.D. from Get Rich Slowly did an awesome job hosting the second anniversary edition of the Carnival of Personal Finance. I particularly like the theme he has chosen — bloggers’ “greatest hits.” Here we have a hundred or so of the articles bloggers have chosen as their favorites from the past two years. This Carnival ... Continue reading this article…

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Weekly Blog Roundup, Cleaning and Packing Edition

by Luke Landes

For your reading enjoyment while I clean and pack this weekend, here are some interesting articles from my colleagues in the MoneyBlogNetwork as well as from other personal finance blogs. Would You Drive a Car That Cost Only $2,500 New? Mighty Bargain Hunter wonders if this price point is too low to cover quality engineering, ... Continue reading this article…

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Wall Street Journal: Managing Money in Public

by Luke Landes

My former boss at the company I currently work for knows that I have a side interest that involves personal finance and the web. Obviously, I do not supply too many details to him as I prefer to maintain some level of anonymity on Consumerism Commentary, considering the personal information I’ve been posting since 2003. ... Continue reading this article…

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Net Worth of $100,000: Not Looking Good for This Month

by Luke Landes

When I reviewed my finances for the end of May 2007, I predicted I would be breaking the six figure barrier around the end of the first week of June. That didn’t happen, and it looks like I’ll be putting off that milestone for another month or so. Thanks to the fact I signed my ... Continue reading this article…

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Announcement About Carnival of Personal Finance #105

by Luke Landes

Next Monday, Get Rich Slowly will present the second anniversary edition of the Carnival of Personal Finance. To celebrate the occasion, J.D. would like to host the edition differently to celebrate. Here are the details. Get Rich Slowly will host the second anniversary edition of the carnival next Monday. I want to make this one ... Continue reading this article…

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The Carnival is Up!

by Luke Landes

Getting Green has posted the latest Carnival of Personal Finance. There were a large number of articles this past week, and the Carnival keeps getting bigger. Here are some of my choices this week beyond Matthew’s Editor’s Choices. * Grad Money Matters: 5 Budgeting Blunders * The Time and Money Group: Can Entrepreneurship Be Taught? ... Continue reading this article…

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