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Podcast 74: Not Your Parents’ Money Book, Jean Chatzky

by Luke Landes

On today’s episode of the Consumerism Commentary Podcast, Tom Dziubek talks to NBC “Today Show” editor Jean Chatzky about her National Money Talk Night event and her new book, Not Your Parents’ Money Book: Making, Saving, and Spending Your Own Money. Jean discusses many talking points of the National Money Night Talk event, including the ... Continue reading this article…

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Kiplinger’s New Money Rules Sound Familiar

by Luke Landes

In the September issue of Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine, the editors shared twelve “new rules” for your money, although most of them do not sound new at all. Fundamentals don’t change, but the general consensus point of view does. If there is anything new here, it’s that the a downturn in the economy has forced ... Continue reading this article…

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Podcast 73: Saving Money at College, Flexo

by Luke Landes

On today’s episode of the Consumerism Commentary Podcast, Tom Dziubek talks to Consumerism Commentary founder Flexo about his tips on saving money at college. Among the items discussed, Flexo talks about saving money while eating, how to not get ripped off buying textbooks and, naturally, the financial essentials regarding credit cards, checking and savings accounts ... Continue reading this article…

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Podcast 72: How Rich People Think, Steve Siebold

by Luke Landes

On today’s episode of the Consumerism Commentary Podcast, Tom Dziubek talks to Steve Siebold, professional speaker, mental toughness expert and author of the book How Rich People Think. In the interview, Steve discusses his definitions of “middle class” and “world class,” and how members of these two classifications differ when it comes to making financial ... Continue reading this article…

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Ten Tips for Entrepreneurs

by Luke Landes

I don’t like the term “entrepreneur.” It’s not because it comes from French, though the word does have an interesting etymology. The first time the word was used in English, borrowed from Old French, it meant a “manager or promoter of a theatrical production” (source). The word has a different meaning now. Anyone who runs ... Continue reading this article…

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Podcast 71: Debt-Free U, Zac Bissonnette

by Luke Landes

On today’s episode of the Consumerism Commentary Podcast, Tom Dziubek talks to Zac Bissonnette, writer at the Huffington Post and DailyFinance and also author of the book Debt-Free U: How I Paid for an Outstanding College Education Without Loans, Scholarships, or Mooching off My Parents. Tom and Zac discuss how Zac was able to go ... Continue reading this article…

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Podcast 70: Avoiding Cell Phone Bill Shock, Michael Gikas

by Luke Landes

Today on the Consumerism Commentary Podcast, Tom Dziubek talks to Michael Gikas, Senior Electronics Editor at Consumer Reports about avoiding cell phone bill shock. Tom and Mike discuss Consumer Reports’ tips, such as monitoring your usage, adjusting your plan and even evaluating prepaid phone options. Consumerism Commentary Podcast #70 Avoiding Cell Phone Bill Shock, Michael ... Continue reading this article…

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Should There Be a Limit on Copyrights?

by Smithee

I have a poll that I’m hoping you’ll take part in. Current U.S. law says that copyrights on most creative works (songs, movies, books, etc.) are valid until 70 years after the author’s death. It used to be 50 years, but when the 50 year mark was approaching, it was extended another 20. There’s no ... Continue reading this article…

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