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This Month in the Archives: Mean People, Quicken Hack, and Marital Bliss

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From the First Half of February 2007

Americans Aren’t Saving, Little Splurges Add Up
Bad Job-Hunting Tips You Must Avoid, Part 2
Study: Money Makes People Mean
Review: You Call the Shots by Cameron Johnson
Financial Ratios for Personal Evaluation: Debt to Income Ratio
Renting is Expensive in These Cities
A Quick 40%+ Profit?
5 Tips for a Frugal Valentine’s Day
Quicken Hack: How to Track Airline Miles or Points

From the First Half of February 2006

Roth 401(k) Not for Everyone
First Impression: The Automatic Millionaire Homeowner by David Bach
Is It Time To Leave Your Job?
Changes to Online Job Hunting
Stupid Investment of the Week: Teach Me to Trade
My Money Mistake #1: Not Knowing My Net Worth
Where Should Teens Stash Their Cash
Financial Responsibility More Important Than Hot Sex
Don’t Buy Stuff You Cannot Afford

From the First Half of February 2005

Don’t Buy More Home Than You Can Afford
401(k) Asset Allocation
Another Option for Your 401(k)
Financial or Marital Bliss
Lose Your Job Over Blogging

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Luke Landes is the founder of Consumerism Commentary. He has been blogging and writing for the internet since 1995 and has been building online communities since 1991. Find out more about Luke Landes and follow him on Twitter. View all articles by .

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