August 2008

Get International Clients Sunday Blog Carnival

Personal Finance

Happy Sunday everyone!  Just a quick heads up to let you know that my post What I Learned In Mexico: Business Negotiation has been featured over at the Get Internation Clients Sunday Blog Carnival.  If you haven’t read my post then I encourage you to check it out. Another fantastic post, for those interested in […]

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My Shiny New Bike and a 70% RoI

Frugality

As most of you know school has started up once again.  Considering that I am so close to ASU (about a mile one-way) I thought it might make sense to forgo driving to school in favor of either walking or riding my bike.  It turned out, however, that my old bike (which had been sitting […]

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Never Lie To Your Insurance Company

Personal Finance

The purpose of insurance is to prevent financial disaster in the event of a loss. If your home burned down to the ground today, would you have the $300,000 you would need to rebuild it? Probably not. That’s where insurance steps in – it’s a transfer of risk. When you pay your premiums, your insurance […]

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Cash In On The Economy’s Problems

Investing

The most unintelligent thing that you can do with your money during an economic downturn like the one that we’ve been facing is to cash out, stand back and wait until the smoke clears.  It seems like an obvious thing to do to so many people.  But by doing so you are not only taking […]

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Changes to Debit versus Credit!

Miscellaneous

If you’re a return visitor you may have noticed some small changes here at Debit versus Credit.  I’ve been hard at work trying to update the wordpress theme I’m using to be more user friendly and more customized to my liking, as well as my needs.  As of today Debit versus Credit is 42 days […]

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The Automatic Millionaire: Chapter 8

Friday Book Club

Today’s Friday Book Club will feature Chapter 7 of The Automatic Millionaire and is entitled Make A Difference With Automatic Tithing.  In this short – and final – chapter David Bach makes an argument in favor of charitable giving.  We’ll start things off right again this week, with a quote (also quoted in The Automatic […]

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Blog Action Day 2008: Poverty

Miscellaneous

For those of you who don’t already know Blog Action Day 2008 is focused on the topic of Poverty.  Blog Action Day is a day when bloggers come together to blog about a single topic with the intent of bringing these issues to the forefront of everyone’s mind and making a difference.  Blog Action Day […]

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