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Heading to #FINCON12 in Denver! Come Say Hi!

Heading to #FINCON12 in Denver! Come Say Hi!

Last year, I attended the inaugural Financial Blogger Conference, and enjoyed meeting a number of great financial bloggers. I was even inspired to start my own personal finance blog from the experience.
This year, I’m heading to FINCON again, and looking forward to meeting even more …

7 Basic Principles of Successful Money Management

7 Basic Principles of Successful Money Management

Many people consider money management something that requires a lot of thought. Indeed, it quite common to find that your money is managing you, rather than the other way around. If you want to take charge of your financial future, you need to be firmly …

Military Student Loan Forgiveness and Discharge Programs

Military Student Loan Forgiveness and Discharge Programs

This is a syndicated guest post from Steve Rhode, the Get Out of Debt Guy. It’s a great look at military student loan forgiveness — a great program for the men and women who have given so much for us.
More and more at GetOutOfDebt.org we …

Is Suze Orman’s Approved Prepaid Debit Card Right For You?

Is Suze Orman’s Approved Prepaid Debit Card Right For You?

The latest “big news” to hit the personal finance blogosphere is the release of Suze Orman’s Approved prepaid debit card. Suze Orman is one of the most well-known personal finance gurus out there, dispensing no-nonsense advice to millions. She has already been connected with products …

7 Things that Could Increase Professor X’s Chance an IRS Audit

7 Things that Could Increase Professor X’s Chance an IRS Audit

Professor Charles Xavier is one rich guy. Indeed, Professor X comes from money, and he uses his money to create a special school for mutants on his family’s estate. However, Professor X might be at a disadvantage when it comes to the IRS. After all, …

Is Bankruptcy Sinful and Bad or Right and Moral? An Examination.

Is Bankruptcy Sinful and Bad or Right and Moral? An Examination.

For all of my life and especially through my financial struggles the assumption that money troubles are tied to morality and that people with debt troubles are somehow morally broken or moral failures and need to repent at their very hour of need, persist. It’s …

6 Resolutions to Help Spiderman Improve His Finances in the New Year

6 Resolutions to Help Spiderman Improve His Finances in the New Year

Peter Parker, unlike some superheroes, wasn’t born into money. As Spiderman, Peter fights crime, but he has to support himself — and his Aunt May — with his meager earnings as a newspaper photographer.

Indeed, Peter Parker worries about money quite a bit. He can’t afford …

5 Factors that Make Mr. Fantastic’s Credit Score Fabulous

5 Factors that Make Mr. Fantastic’s Credit Score Fabulous

We all want a great credit score. A good credit score can open a number of doors. Mr. Fantastic, genius that he is, knows that a good credit score is about more than just getting approved for a loan, and getting good interest rates on …

7 Every Day Economic Indicators Tony Stark can Use to Predict Demand

7 Every Day Economic Indicators Tony Stark can Use to Predict Demand

Billionaire Tony Stark’s living depends on the high-tech gadgets his company makes (although he keeps the best for himself). However, when the economy is tanking customers — including governments — can’t afford to buy his high-priced toys. The good news is that there a number …

6 Things Captain America Knows about Preparing for a Recession

6 Things Captain America Knows about Preparing for a Recession

Before Steve Rogers became Captain America, he knew a few things about financial difficulty. He was the son of Irish immigrants. His father died while he was only a child, and during his teen years, Rogers’ mother died. And, of course, Rogers, born in 1917, …

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