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Should You Open an IRA With Your Bank? Ally Bank Offering $250 Bonus

by Luke Landes
Cash

It’s easy for me to look back in time and analyze the faults of my twenty-two year-old self. If only I had started saving and investing sooner, I’d be in a better financial situation. My younger self would assume I had forgotten what it was like for me during that time period, when I had ... Continue reading this article…

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Grow Your Dough Throwdown

by Luke Landes
Throwdown-Dec2013

I’ve joined a number of other financial writers in the “Grow Your Dough Throwdown,” a stock market competition. At the beginning of 2014, each of us will invest $1,000 in the stock market through a discount brokerage. We can trade as often as we like, and publicly track our investments throughout the year. It’s similar ... Continue reading this article…

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5 Steps to Make the Most of New Year’s Resolutions and Goals

by Luke Landes
Champagne

As one year comes to a close, many people like to take a few moments and think about the year ahead. The setting of New Year’s resolutions is a time-honored tradition and a recurring theme at the end of each year. The new year has always been a chance, although somewhat arbitrary, to give yourself ... Continue reading this article…

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Calvin, November 2013 Net Worth

by Luke Landes
Calvin's Net Worth November 2013

In Naked With Cash, seven anonymous Consumerism Commentary readers publicly track and analyze their finances on a monthly basis. For almost a decade, I tracked my own finances on Consumerism Commentary; now I’m sharing the benefits of public accountability with the participants. I’ve partnered with financial planners who will offer some guidance along the way. ... Continue reading this article…

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SteveDH, November 2013 Net Worth

by Luke Landes
SteveDH Net Worth - Naked With Cash

In Naked With Cash, seven anonymous Consumerism Commentary readers publicly track and analyze their finances on a monthly basis. For almost a decade, I tracked my own finances on Consumerism Commentary; now I’m sharing the benefits of public accountability with the participants. I’ve partnered with financial planners who will offer some guidance along the way. ... Continue reading this article…

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Why Some People Can’t Save: A Matter of Urgency

by Luke Landes
Urgency and importance matrix

When I worked for a large corporation, I was around people who liked to operate their business responsibilities with a sense of urgency. Every little task was important, and they ran around the office like the company’s stock price depended on the speed at which they completed their tasks. It’s not a terrible way to ... Continue reading this article…

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Anonymous S, October 2013 Net Worth

by Luke Landes
Anonymous S October 2013 Net Worth

In Naked With Cash, seven anonymous Consumerism Commentary readers publicly track and analyze their finances on a monthly basis. For almost a decade, I tracked my own finances on Consumerism Commentary; now I’m sharing the benefits of public accountability with the participants. I’ve partnered with financial planners who will offer some guidance along the way. ... Continue reading this article…

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Black Friday Deals: Don’t Fall for These Dirty Tricks

by Luke Landes
Black Friday Dirty Tricks

For some reason, this year I’ve been bombarded more than any other year by advertisements for Black Friday deals. The marketing is coming from helpful people who just want to share the good news with their friends, people who are clearly paid to spread the messages, and retailers who simply want people to buy as ... Continue reading this article…

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