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Get Rich Slowly
Michael Dylan Get Rich Slowly Article
I have to confess, I have read a whole bunch of get rich quick books, listened to get rich quick audio books and have even bought a few crappy get rich quick ebooks. They all taught me that you can get rich quickly by selling get rich schemes to lazy people like myself looking for shortcuts. Which is not to say that one can't become rich quickly, but there's a lot of luck involved and luck isn't something I'm prepared to depend on for my financial freedom.
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Welcome to the Great Depression
Al Jacobs on Depression and Recession
Americans awoke to learn that the “Great Recession,” plaguing the economy over the prior several years, had ended. Of even greater consequence, its official end occurred in June 2009, fifteen months earlier. The source of this welcome news: none other than the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER), the nation’s most prestigious nonprofit research organization dedicated to studying the science and empirics of the American economy.
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Survival in Tough Times: Smart Shopping
Al Jacobs Smart Shopping in Tough Times
When economic times are good, you may be inclined to shop with little regard for price or value. But when conditions turn sour, as they have for many Americans, it’s another story. The advertising industry is devoted to identifying what citizens consider significant. Even more so, the market manipulators create those choices. With customers now in short supply and lesser sums to be spent, the competition is as fierce as it is grotesque. As your dollars must be stretched longer and harder, you’d better spend each of them wisely.
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iPod Index 2008
CommSec iPod Index Review of World Currencies
According to the most recent CommSec iPod index, Australia is the cheapest place in the world to buy an iPod (as of October 2008), a reflection on the recent fall of the Australian dollar when measured against the U.S. Dollar. The iPod index is not a direct measurement of currency exchange rates, but is designed to provide price comparisons of the same goods when purchased in different countries by foreign buyers. The price comparisons are based on the iPod 8GB nano in the value of U.S. Dollars.
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Review of the Economist Magazine's Big Mac Index 2008
Big Mac Index 2008 Review
The Economist magazine recently published their lighthearted look at world currencies with the 2008 Big Mac Index. World currencies are measured against the cost of a single Big Mac from McDonald's fast food restaurants in each country. Ideally there would be a wide range of products used to measure the value of a currency, but that wouldn't be nearly as interesting as using just a Big Mac.
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Funny Business and Finance Terms
David Bond Funny Financial Terms
See the list of funny business and finance terms explained so that anyone can understand them. While they are meant to be humorous, there's also a lot of truth in many of them.
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The Importance of Financial Awareness in your Children
Al Jacobs Tips for Teaching Children about Money
The following set of questions and answers is an interview I recently gave to a children’s magazine. Although my financial commentary is normally aimed in a different direction, the questions were challenging and my answers seem appropriate for any adult audience. As you read my responses, you’re invited to think of the youngsters in your life, as you consider how you might interact so to be of help.
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How to Make Sure You Don't End Up Broke
Al Jacobs Tips to Retire Rich Information
A fundamental question that every financially concerned individual must face is this: Will my money expire before I do? It’s not a trivial matter, for the prospect of arriving at advanced age with no assets was never more accurately expressed than by character Lamont Sanford in the television series “Sanford and Son,” when he exclaimed: “There’s only two things worse than being poor—it’s sick and dead.”
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Review of the Economist's Big Mac Index 2007
Big Mac Index 2007 Review
The Economist magazine released their annual "Big Mac Index" for 2007. It's their lighthearted look at a subject that most people find dry and tasteless. I'm talking about purchasing-power parity or PPP, not the Big Macs (which may or may not be tasteless and dry). They look at world currencies and how fairly valued they are compared to the currency of different countries.
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Money, Money, Money!
Michael Dylan Money is Good Article
Money is good! In this day and age that we live in, money is not only good, but absolutely essential. Besides air, it may be the next most important thing in life. Of course health, love, friendship, fitness, faith, and happiness are all very important too, but how do we eat, or pay rent, or go to the doctor without having money?
::: Read Money Guide
Interview with Noel Whittaker
Noel Whittaker Interview - Personal Finance Expert
Noel Whittaker is a well known Australian money columnist, public speaker, investment planner, and best selling personal finance author. His popular "Making Money Made Simple" book has transformed the lives of thousands of Australians and made learning about money interesting.
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Develop a Prosperity Consciousness
Brian Tracy Prosperity Consciousness Article
The starting point of all riches is the development of a prosperity consciousness. You must become a financial success in your thinking long before you achieve it in your reality. Both poverty and riches are the result of a state of mind, and the most important single step you ever take on the road to wealth and financial independence is the decision to change your thinking, to impress into your mind an unshakable belief that you can and will achieve your financial goals.
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The Five Most Important Principals for Prosperity
Michael Levy Principals of Prosperity Article
Many years ago, forty to be exact, I started my own business at the tender age of nineteen. The street markets in and around Manchester England was my happy hunting ground. Every day was an adventure and despite the weather and difficulties of getting a stall on the street market, life was always fun and enjoyable. There was always some comical incident, even when I had to stand in the pouring rain, with no customers in sight. And if there was no amusing event to focus on I created one and made other people laugh.
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Create your own Anti Emergency Fund
Cindy Morus - Savings + Personal Finance Article
Do unexpected car repairs, quarterly insurance payments or those darned property taxes find you hard pressed to squeeze one more dollar out of an already stretched monthly budget? Or do you usually end up reaching for the plastic in your wallet to make up the difference? Those inevitable expenses can put less stress on your bank balance -- and your mind -- if you learn to expect them and save in advance.
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25 Signs That Show You Know How to Handle Money
Al Jacobs Investing + Personal Finance Article
The ability to master your money is not something that just happens. It takes time, training, and temperament.. Whatever the average citizen knows about saving and investing did not come from the classroom. This is understandable, of course, if only because the typical classroom teacher is equally mystified by the world of money. Nonetheless, there are those among us who have figured out how it all works, and what it takes to prosper
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Top 10 Secrets to Avoiding “Marital Money Chaos©”
Cindy Morus - Personal Finance Article
Money can wreck a relationship. In fact, how they spend, save, and account for money is one of the leading sources of disagreements between couples. In almost every study, money ranks as the first or second most argued-about topic for couples and partners.
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5 Magnificent Ways to Waste Money
Al Jacobs Personal Finance Article
This is dedicated to those among us whose wealth is so abundant that they need advice on how to dispose of it. In connection with the guidance I’m about to offer, I can claim no original inspiration, as the methods are not novel. I’ll also concede that many individuals without money to burn also practice these spendthrift techniques, though exactly why persons not rolling in dough behave in such a fashion remains a mystery
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Money Saving Truths
Kristine Geimure - Personal Finance Article
Becoming financially secure is a goal of many of us, yet most of us still live from pay to pay and just scrape by. The basic rules of becoming financially free are really quite simple and can be learnt by anyone, but it's the implementation of these rules week after week, year after year that is the challenging part. Below is a list of simple truths to set you up for financial freedom.
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Build Your Own Safety Net Savings
Cindy Morus - Personal Finance Article
Do you walk the high wire of personal finance? Is every month a balancing act that works only as long as the next paycheck arrives on time? What happens if that next paycheck doesn't arrive? The cause could be many things which you cannot control: an illness, a layoff, a sales slump.
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5 Key Savings Strategies
Cindy Morus - Personal Finance Article
The best investment most borrowers can make is to pay off consumer debt with double-digit interest rates. For example, if you have a $3,000 credit card balance at 19.8%, and you pay the required minimum balance of 2% of the balance or $15, whichever is greater, it will take 39 years to pay off the loan. And you will pay more than $10,000 in interest charges.
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