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If you’re a new reader to Consumerism Commentary, you may have missed some articles from September in prior years. Here are a few from the past. From the second half of September 2006:

* FranklinCovey’s 7 Habits of Highly Effective People
* 36% Say They Use a Financial Advisor
* My MBA at the University of Phoenix, Part 1: The Decision
* The 400 Richest Americans
* My MBA at the University of Phoenix, Part 2: Admissions
* Me Ex Paid for a Semester in College By Doing This…
* Review: The Money Coach’s Guide to Your First Million by Lynette Khalfani
* My MBA at the University of Phoenix Online, Part 3: Course Logistics
* What Should I Do With My Side Business Income?
* Do Not Upgrade to Quicken 2007, It’s Horrible!

Here are some from the second half of September 2005:

* Don’t Donate to Katrina Victims
* Consensus View is Better Than Experts?
* New York City Salaries
* CitiBank Strikes Again
* Raise Your FICO Credit Score
* It’s Not What You Make, It’s What You Spend. Whaa?

The second half of September 2004 produced several articles, including:

* Looking Forward to Raises
* Allow Me to Grow Personally and Professionally
* Annual Fee?!

Here are a few more retro articles, from the second half of September 2003:

* The Average Family
* How to Feel a Little Richer
* Which Degrees are Worth It
* Are You On Track?
* Six Tips for Investing Beginners

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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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