From the monthly archives:

February 2009

Carnival of Personal Finance – You Tube Edition

February 23, 2009

My post on comparing high yield interest rates is in the carnival of personal finance today, you can check it out over at brokegradstudent

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What the Down Economy Really Means for Your 401k

February 23, 2009

With the epic downturns in the economy I have wondered what this really means for my 401k. I know everyone says how “You are in it for the long haul”, “Don’t Worry you are buying cheap” etc. etc. etc.. Are they telling the truth or are they full of Poo? I ran some numbers of […]

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Sunday’s Sites – The Family Edition

February 22, 2009

Every Sunday I try to reference 4-5 articles I found particularly insightful or useful. This weeks topic centers on family and finance. JLP at AllFinancialMatters talks about setting up a plan and a schedule to make sure the kids are getting their chores done. FrugalDad discusses the ever controversial topic of who in the household […]

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Using GNUCash to Manage Your Personal Finances – Part 2

February 20, 2009

This is Part 2 of a 3 part series on GNUCash. In Part 1 we discussed installing GNUCash in Windows, setting up your initial accounts, and importing data from your bank. Todays article will cover setting up investment accounts and configuring the update services, Part 3 will discuss other tips, tricks, and hacks to get […]

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Review – “Killing Sacred Cows”

February 19, 2009

This is my first book review so bear with me on this, I would love to get some feedback on this format and length, leave me a comment or drop me an e-mail. This book stands to fly in the face of all personal finance books you have read in the past, the system focus […]

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