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Take it Ten Yards at a Time

September 21, 2009

In case you haven’t noticed, football is back on and it is in full swing. I sat down last night to write a post about how personal finance relates to football. It turned out that football an personal finance have a lot in common so it is going to be a week long series. Today […]

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Suburban Genie: My Three Financial Do-Overs

May 27, 2009

All of the credit for this post should go to Adam over at Your Money Relationship for coming up with this Money Genie post idea. Basically the idea boils down to what three things about your financial past would you change given the chance.  While I certainly wish there were a Robin Williams esque Genie […]

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An Attempt to Understand My EIUL

April 30, 2009

When I published my financial network map I didn’t think that 1.) people would associate my blow money as being money for blow, and 2.) that people wouldn’t know what Equity Indexed Universal Life insurance was.  This is kind of a sore spot for me because I have been a believer in term life insurance […]

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Budgeting 101 – Why Budgets Fail

April 29, 2009

So far we have talked about tracking your spending, and setting up your budget. In this last installment of my Budgeting 101 series I want to touch on some of the problems people encounter with budgeting. Your budget is a fluid thing and requires periodic updating, no less than once a month you should be […]

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Dave Ramsey’s Town Hall for Hope

April 17, 2009

Dave Ramsey, the man behind Financial Peace, Total Money Makeover, and The Dave Ramsey show is hosting a live event on April 23, 2009 at 8:00pm EDT and on delay at 7pm PDT. Dave Ramsey is the mastermind of the Baby Step process of getting out of debt and a firm believer in not taking […]

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