Just a reminder that Wealth Lion is up and running with posts on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Here are the latest posts:
Income and Spending Scenarios and the Impact on Wealth
How to Make More Money
Your Career is Your Most Valuable Financial Asset
As for FMF, it was included recently in the Carnival of Wealth Management…
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A few years ago, when I lived in a less populated area than I do now, I did almost 100% of my grocery shopping at Meijer (if you’ve never been, think of a Super Walmart with expanded grocery offerings).
Then the first Costco went up in my city. I got my membership (in the form of a Costco Amex) and shopped there frequently…
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If you are in to budgeting, you must have realized by now that creating budget is the easiest thing to do. The most difficult and tough task is to stick to it. Earlier I spoke about How to Stick to Your Budget Consistently. This is another article which will try to convey the same message, a little tweaking in your habit and thoughts can make wonders…
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As much as the governments of the world like to think that they are in charge of running the world the real world power people met in a little town in England this past weekend to talk about money, power, influence, Grey Poupon and changes they will make to our little world so the rich stay rich.
The Bilderberg Group (not to be confused with Build A Bear) is a private organization so all statements regarding discussions at the 4 day meeting are tightly controlled…
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These days, who you know matters. Whether you are a business owner looking for a partnership or some other deal, or whether you are trying to advance up the corporate ladder, a good network can help. Even if you are unemployed, the right approach networking can help you find a job.
If you want to boost your networking efforts, here are some tips that can help you improve your chances of seeing the outcome you want:
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Many of you emailed me wanting to know more about the Debt Movement after I talked briefly about the initiative here, and I directed you to the actual site to learn more. But now that the 90 day challenge is over, we can really use your help!
As a sponsor for the Debt Movement, MoneyNing is going to help one participant pay off $1,000 in debt! There are over 1,000 initial applicants and we’ve narrowed it down to 2 candidates, and we need your help to pick the one most deserving of our debt scholarship…
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Yasushi Mieno made it his personal mission to prick the largest bubble in financial history.
You may not know his name… but you need to understand his story. It will help you understand exactly when to get out of this incredible stock-market and real-estate boom before it busts.
Let me explain…
Stocks continue to soar — up 16 percent so far this year…
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With the recent revelations that the NSA and other agencies have been tapping into corporate streams of data that can provide them with massive amounts of private information about U.S. citizens, now is a good time to start thinking about how best to keep your private information private.Not a big deal, you say? Well, whether you’re concerned about the government digging through your personal data or not, you should be concerned about protecting your privacy…
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In order to be an entrepreneur, you have to believe in yourself; but, a study from Baylor University suggests that faith in God probably doesn’t hurt either.
According to researchers at the university, entrepreneurs in America pray more frequently and are more likely to see God as “personal.” They are also more likely to attend services in congregations that encourage business success…
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This post is from staff writer Lisa Aberle. I barely brushed the surface of combating food waste in a recent article, but the comments added so much to the article that I thought I could stop at just one. And then I found some more statistics. In the U.S.: We waste 40 percent of edible food It costs $750 million just to dispose of the food we waste And when you consider the extra costs of packaging, transporting, and storing wasted food, the overall cost of wasting food goes up to $165 billion…
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Find a great deal for your dad!
Father’s Day is this weekend! Along with some great Father’s Day deals, here are some other great summer bargains for you to take advantage of this week.
Free Camping at KOA Campgrounds – Father’s Day weekend (June 14-16) kids camp free at KOA campgrounds…
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Many seasoned investors and traders follow the mantra “ride your winners and sell your losers fast” . This is for good reason as stocks tend to be slow to rise, but quick to fall. To mitigate the risk of stocks dropping quickly, many investors use Stop Loss orders to automatically reduce losses or protect their gains…
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Medical experts have been telling us for decades that stress is dangerous to our health. Maybe your doctor has already advised you to lower your stress levels; I know mine has. Even if stress isn’t yet endangering your general health, it will certainly be having an impact on your life. You can make your life better for yourself by reducing stress…
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While every situation is different, there are only a few types of retirement for those of us in the working class. Before I get to the retirement concept, here’s what I mean by “working class.” The working class includes those who need to survive by trading their time and effort for an income…
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What’s inside? Here are the questions answered in today’s reader mailbag, boiled down to five word summaries. Click on the number to jump straight down to the question.
1. Pre-conception college fund
2. Using tax refund effectively
3. Ashamed of using aid
4. The four percent rule
5. Dan Ariely
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Two and a half hours sitting at Progressive’s car center to get a report back that my car is considered a “total loss” now 🙁 Apparently the damaged caused in our recent accident (which I was not considered at fault in, btw) exceeds the total worth of the precious sexy car. Meaning it’s not as simple any more of taking a check or getting it fixed 🙁
So that’s the bad news out of all this…
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Today we welcome our first ever staff writer to the team, Catherine Alford! Hope you enjoy her post about five things she will actually splurge on. I would have to say I definitely have a few “splurge” items that overlap with hers. -DC
There aren’t too many things in this world that can make me part with large amounts of cash…
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Over the centuries China has been an insular hegemon.
In the 13th century, it was Japan that began attacking the mainland and began assimilating aspects of Chinese culture — chopstick, kimonos, etc.
In World War II, when Japan came again, the monarchy moved to the interior and waited.
When marauding Mongols came sniffing around, the Chinese built a wall so enormous it can be seen from space…
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Personal Capital is a free online wealth management app and it is one of the most useful tools for investors on the internet. I first signed up with them about 9 months ago to see if they can help me manage our various financial accounts. I thought it would be a good time to give an updated impression and introduce new readers to this great tool…
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Due to popular request I’ve launched the Financial Samurai Forum where the community can come and share their thoughts in five main categories:
* Real Estate
* Career / Entrepreneurship
* Retirement Life / Wealth Management
Financial Samurai has been up for four years now and I’m proud to say we’ve got some of the most interactive personal finance enthusiasts around…
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FREE Diet and Food Tracker app, Maidenform Bra Sale $9, Ace Hardware Sale on Patio furniture, grills, power tools, more…
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Buying a home is always an exciting time. It’s still considered a financial rite of passage for most of us, and a life milestone. Most of us carefully consider what we can afford, and then look for a home that fits our needs and payment abilities.
However, many homebuyers neglect to consider some of the other costs involved in buying a home…
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