Housing Price Graphics, The President’s Finances, and Retirement Contributions + MORE

Housing Price Graphics, The President’s Finances, and Retirement Contributions + MORE

Top 3 Tools to Ace the Job Interview and Get HiredOne of the toughest parts of the job search process is the interview. You will sit down, face to face with someone who is evaluating you, and hope to stand out.
The interview is especially intimidating because you don’t know what you are up against. You won’t see how others perform; you only have your own experience to go on…

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Ask the Readers: How Will You Celebrate Father's Day?

We should show our appreciation for those we love every single day, but Father’s Day is the day to do a little extra something for the dads in our lives. This is the day for gifts, fun, and quality time spent with our favorite dads.
How will you celebrate Father’s Day this year? Are you planning an event or activities, or will you be giving a gift — or both? What tips and tricks do you have for celebrating Father’s Day on a budget?
Tell us about your Father’s Day plans and we’ll enter you in a drawing to win a $20 Amazon Gift Card!
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Post your answer in the comments below…

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This post is from staff writer Holly Johnson. I am sure you’ve heard the saying, “A mother’s work is never done.” This is especially true for parents who continue working after they’ve had kids. Even after putting in a full day on the job, working parents still have a variety of things that have to be done…

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Imagine for a moment that you’re a prisoner. You’re sitting in your cell. A prison guard comes in and says, “We heard a rumor that you and your friend are involved in a conspiracy. Do you have anything you want to tell me? If you tell me, there will be no punishment for any involvement you have…

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Ask Stacy: How Can I Fight My Property Taxes?Depending on where you live, property taxes can range from a slight inconvenience to a crushing expense.Here in South Florida, for example, the annual tax bill for my 2,200-square-foot waterfront home is close to $9,000 annually. Outside Atlanta where my parents lived, they were paying less than $1,000 per year…

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The Ultimate Income Goal: Stop Trading Time for Money and Live off of Passive Income
Sailing – something you might consider pursuing when you stop trading your time for money
When it comes to income, a large majority of people trade their time for money. You get x dollars per hour of work, or x salary for a given year. Most jobs requiring sacrificing time for a set amount of money, and it’s unlikely that this is going to change anytime soon…

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Free Vacation Travel Guides and Other Deals of the WeekJune can be a busy month–Father’s Day, family vacations, kid’s camps and more. Check out these offers to make sure you have everything on your list for this month’s summer fun!
85% Off at CanvasPeople.com – If you’re still looking for a great Father’s Day gift, check out the canvases at Canvas People…

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Find the Best Rewards Credit Cards with Reward BoostHave you ever wondered if you were missing out on credit card rewards by not having the right cards in your wallet? Maybe you have a few cards in your wallet and you don’t know which one gives you the most rewards at each different store.
You don’t have to wonder anymore because I’ve built Reward Boost which will answer all those questions for you!
I am what you would call obsessive over my rewards points…

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Converting an RRSP to RRIF (Registered Retirement Income Fund)You know that saving for retirement is an important part of securing your financial future. Hopefully, you’ve been using tax advantaged accounts to help you build your retirement savings over time.
If you’ve been saving part of your income in your RRSP, by the time you retire you’ll likely have a comfortable nest egg…

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Cut Out Sugar for a Healthier Lifestyle

– prairieEcothrifter.com

Cut Out Sugar for a Healthier LifestyleWe have a rule at work that when it’s your birthday, you have to bring in treats for the office. This was introduced when a birthday was forgotten, and my colleagues thought it would be best to put this into practice so that everybody is recognized on their birthday. Also, that way we wouldn’t have to figure out who would be bringing in treats for somebody else’s birthday!
A few weeks ago, it was a colleagues birthday and she brought in fresh baked cinnamon buns with cream cheese icing…

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A few times a month, Lance from Money Life and More will stop by to share some of the best articles from across a variety of publications, including other blogs and mainstream media. I’ve been spending a lot of time renovating our townhouse to prepare to become a landlord in the next month or so…

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4 Tips for Avoiding Moving Scams
Late spring to early summer is a popular time for moving. One way to take some of the stress out of moving is to pay someone else to help you move.
There are a number of moving companies that can help you move your possessions to a new location. Unfortunately, there are also a lot of scams.
There are movers who will load up your possessions and take off with everything…

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Summer of Saving: 4 Months, 60+ Posts, All Geared to Saving you Money (HUGE Announcement)Hey everyone. Big announcement!
As you know, 20somethingfinance is no longer a “youngin”. The blog has been around for almost 5.5 years now.
And over that time, I’ve mostly stuck to a 2-3 posts per week format – focusing on things that are top of mind for me or relevant to all of us…

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Reader Profile: CT

– freemoneyfinance.com

The following is the latest post in my “Reader Profiles” series. Each post in this series details the financial situation and challenges of an FMF reader. The purpose of this series is to help us all identify with people like us (in similar situations — not all will be, of course, but eventually I’m sure you will find someone like you here), get to know the frequent commenters on the site, and hear some financial wisdom/challenges from people other than me…

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Our New Renovation Costs: $18,000

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Our New Renovation Costs: $18,000
Remember how our initial moving budget guess was hovering around the $10,000 mark? Well, today we decided/figured out it will be around double that, haha…  But – and this is a huge but – we’ve since decided to invest a lot more into our current home in order for it to reap much bigger rewards in the future…

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