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Jimmy Atkinson presents 13 Socially Responsible Careers in Finance posted at Forex Blog.

Aaron Wakling presents Don?t Allow A Low Credit Score To Cost You Thousands Per Year posted at The Credit & Credit Card Blog, saying, "Did you know that a low credit score could be costing you hundreds and even thousands of dollars per year, and perhaps even more? What’s more, were you aware that there is something you can do about that?"

Eric Hudin presents Estate - Don?t Be Left Holding The Bag posted at My Estate Planning Career Blog, saying, "Ned almost lost the farm that had been in his family for 8 generations! Make sure you dont make the same mistake Ned did."

Allen Taylor presents What Are Your Wealth-Building Goals? posted at Investing World Today, saying, "The money is out there. No matter how many people tell you that we are in the midst of a starvation economy, that the market is doing this or that, and that it’s too risky to play the game, so to speak, people are getting rich every day. That is the reality."

Tim Ramsey presents Debt Consolidation Loan To Deliver You From Debt posted at My Debt Relief Blog, saying, "High amount of debt needs a drastic solution and a debt consolidation loan is the best solution that can unburden your load of debt."

Sam presents ETF Exchange Traded Funds Are a Great Investment Strategy. Buy and Sell easily. posted at Surfer Sam and Friends, saying, "Exchange Traded Funds, ETFs, Are a Great Investment Strategy

How Long Before They Replace Mutual Funds?
ETFs give the investor a way to "own" all the stocks in a broad group, like the Dow Jones Industrials or all the stocks in the Standard & Poors 500 Index. Better yet, ETFs are easy to buy and sell because they trade on the stock exchange just like stocks."

Warren Wong presents

Eric Stanley presents Need a Money Making Idea? posted at Personal Finance Blog Articles, saying, "There are so many money making ideas you can choose from online that anyone, no matter what skill level, can find something."

Thomas Humes presents Retirement - The Real Cost of Procrastination posted at Wealth Building World, saying, "If you want to accumulate $1,000,000 when you are 65, how much would you have to save? It all depends on when you get started."

George Courtney jr presents Do You Really Need to Save for Retirement? posted at The Authentic Bartender Blog, saying, "talking retirement planning, you should feel secure in the knowledge that you will be like the little pig who built his house of bricks and withstood the gale force winds and the wolf at the door"

Cade Krueger presents Finding Real Estate Business Opportunities By Establishing Good Credit posted at Write To Right.

Michael K. Dawson presents 100 Stocks to Combat Rising Food Prices posted at The Time and Money Group, saying, "I just heard on the news that the price of popcorn has increased due to higher corn prices as more corn is being used to produce ethanol. It is time to think like an investor and put a hedge in place to offset rising prices at the grocery store as well as the movie theater."

Millionaire Mommy Next Door presents

  • Create Your Treasure Map To Riches posted at Millionaire Mommy Next Door, saying, "Visualizing what wealth means to you shapes the way your mind thinks about money and your life. Your mind then sets in motion the actions necessary to begin achieving your goals. By taking the time to establish what real wealth looks like to you, you direct your efforts in ways that will make becoming rich, in your own terms, simple. Are you ready to embark on a fun and rewarding journey towards your own riches? Great! We'll start with an exercise that is really fun. In fact your entire family will enjoy this one."
  • How to Make Money Management a Family Affair posted at Millionaire Mommy Next Door, saying, "Our children learn from our example. If we behave as though money management is painful, secretive, or confusing, we thwart our children's financial future. Is this what we want for our children? Of course not. We all want our children to acquire the tools necessary to power their own future financial independence and freedom.
    How can parents raise financially-savvy children ? Here are some suggestions."


David presents Build Financial Success with a Strong Credit Score posted at Worldwide Success.

Mark Kimsey presents


Tushar Mathur presents How much should your Monthly Mortgage Payment be ? posted at Life of a Resident Alien....

Kevin Heath presents What to do if Your Childs Identity is Stolen? posted at More4kids.

Brian Thibault presents 10 Ways to Pay for College with OPM (Other People?s Money) posted at Smart Shopper: Personal Finance Advisor, saying, "10 ways to go to college now and pay later."


Warren Wong presents

Scott presents How Cosmo Kramer Would Make Money in College posted at College and Finance.

Empty Spaces presents How Capitalism Really Works posted at Adventures in Money Making, saying, "Here's an amusing anecdote on how capitalism really works."

ISPF presents Make These Small Changes in Everyday Habits to Reduce the Risk of Identity Theft posted at Grad Money Matters.

James presents Best Free Legal Resources Online posted at ZooLaw, saying, "Save time and money on your legal expenses with these online resources."

Colin Robertson presents Citi Mobile Banking on Your Cell Phone posted at The Truth About Credit

Ryan presents 101 Ways to Trim Your Budget posted at Care on Credit.

KCLau presents Money Lessons from Tranformers movie posted at KCLau's Money Tips, saying, "Transformers is an entertaining movie. It also teaches us about personal finance."

Trent presents Several Funds, One Account: How To Manage Them posted at The Simple Dollar.


David presents Stocks versus Real Estate Investments posted at Worldwide Success.

ChristianPF presents 9 Tips from Warren Buffett posted at Money in the Bible | Christian Personal Finance Blog, saying, "Nine tips about investing, business, and life from the world’s greatest investor."

Larry Russell presents Lifetime investment assets of renters -- with investment cost improvements posted at THE SKILLED INVESTOR Blog, saying, "Fran and Fred expect to pay investment costs that are typical of an average investor. This graphic is one of the reasons why The Skilled Investor keeps harping about reducing investment expenses. Even average investment costs are simply outrageous, and they can be the difference between success and failure of a family's lifetime financial plan."

KCLau presents
  • Why Invest in Land? posted at KCLau's Money Tips, saying, "Most people think that land investment is only for real estate developers, who buy big parcels of land for commercial, or residential development. But actually, investing in land is one of the sound investment strategies available for common investor, both large and small."
  • Asset Allocation Application in Unit Trust Investment posted at KCLau's Money Tips, saying, "Asset allocation involves dividing an investment portfolio among different asset categories, such as stocks, bonds, and liquid cash. The right mix for a person is actually very personal."
Leon Gettler presents Private equity, corporate governance and vampires posted at Sox First, saying, "Reports of private equity’s death are exaggerated. Private equity is like a vampire, it stays Undead just waiting for the right time to strike."

George Courtney jr presents Boomer Bust? posted at The Authentic Bartender Blog.

Charles H. Green presents Linking Integrity and Success - CFOs and UBS posted at Trust Matters, saying, "When Peter Wuffli, the CEO of UBS, was it a hit?"

Moneywise presents Stocks as Income Investments posted at The Real Returns, saying, "Considering stocks as income investments makes buying and holding easy."

WBL presents Wealth Building Lessons » Blog Archive » What’s Asset Allocation? posted at Wealth Building Lessons, saying, "Whats all the fuss about Asset Allocation?"

Silicon Valley Blogger presents Stocks Vs Real Estate, Winning Investment Strategies posted at The Digerati Life, saying, "Here's a comparison between investing in stocks versus investing in real estate. See which one wins out in the long run."


BrandonL presents Popular amongst the retired crowd posted at FHA Day - Daily Recaps of FHA and HUD Home Loan News, saying, "Reverse mortgages make retirement a possibility for many that haven't invested enough over the years."

Praveen presents My Simple Trading System: Americans Overestimate Retirement Resources posted at My Simple Trading System, saying, "the 17th annual Retirement Confidence Survey shows that Americans overestimate their preparedness for retirement."

Larry Russell presents
  • Pre-retirement savings rates for renters ? with and without investment cost improvementsTHE SKILLED INVESTOR Blog, saying, "When Fran and Fred had projected to pay "average" investment costs in their baseline lifetime financial plan, their required annual pre-retirement savings rates were much higher. There is roughly a 6 percentage point difference in their required annual savings rate between the "average" investment cost scenario and the low investment cost scenario. By reducing their investment costs they greatly reduce their savings requirements, yet they could end up at the same goal, which is to have adequate financial assets through age 95."
  • Roth IRA Contributions versus Traditional IRA Contributions for Renters posted at THE SKILLED INVESTOR Blog, saying, "What if Fran and Fred make 100% of their annual IRA contributions into Roth IRA accounts rather than into traditional IRA accounts? To find out the answer to this question, Fran and Fred modeled their lifetime cash, bond, and stock fund assets in both taxable and tax-deferred IRA accounts. In effect, Fran and Fred are testing whether paying taxes now or later would have a higher or lower lifetime value."


Super Saver presents Innovative Companies - Spectacular or Duds posted at My Wealth Builder, saying, "Most Innovative Companies for 2007 by Business Week highlights their 50 top choices for innovative companies. What is interesting to me is that the list contains companies that I consider "spectacular" for innovation and companies I believe are becoming "duds" for innovation. Here's my assessment of a few of these companies and how I am using the information for my stock investments."

Matthew Paulson presents Single Stocks or Mutual Funds? posted at Getting Green.

Tate Dwinnell presents Google (GOOG) Sell Off Offers Opportunity; Strong Technical Support at 500 posted at Trading Stocks - Self Investors, saying, "The recent Google sell off was an overreaction and offers an opportunity."

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