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This Month in the Archives: Robert Kiyosaki, Financial Advisors, and Overseas Surgery

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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 first half of September 2006:

* Consumer Reports’ Unique Approach
* Kiyosaki is a Liar?
* Free Software to Make Your Computer Run Better, Stronger, Faster
* Can You Trust Your Financial Advisor? Or Anyone?
* The Story of the $300 Deposit
* Inflation-Adjusted Gas Prices: Do They Really Matter?
* Would You Travel Overseas For Cheap Surgery?

Here are some from the first half of September 2005:

* Price Gouging at the Pump
* Katrina and Home Price Gouging
* Emergency Funds, Doing Okay?

There are a few from the first half of September 2004:

* How to Excessively Spoil Your Kids
* Options for Pulling in a Six-Figure Salary

From the first half of September 2003:

* Is the Financial Degree Worth It?
* The Lesser of All Evils: Mutual Funds
* Six Figures is Better Than Five
* Think Our Generation Has it Better Than Our Parents?
* The Cost of a Good Life

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