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When Looking Forward Don’t Forget To Look Back

Self Help and Motivational

The start of a new year, new month or even a new day is a great time to look forward to what you want to accomplish. Do you remember the phrase “Carpe Diem” from that horribly depressing movie, Dead Poet’s Society? It means “seize the day.” There really is no better day than today to decide […]

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Merry Christmas to All and to All A Debt Free Life

Miscellaneous

It’s my favorite time of the year once again. I’m out of school until next semester and right now all I have to worry about is going to work and making money. I still have a job and I don’t have to worry about losing it either so to be completely honest with you, my […]

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What Everyone Who Has US Dollars Needs to Know About China

The Economy

Today we’ll be featuring a guest post from Simit Patel, a contributing analyst at InformedTrades.com As the recent economic turbulence has shown us, we live in a global economy. And thus, if you want to astutely manage your finances, you need to know about how global factors can affect your wealth. And if you hold […]

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Achieving Wealth and Prosperity

Personal Finance

As a personal finance blogger I find it interesting to read other personal finance blogs not only to learn from these individuals but also to see how they perceive money and the world around them. You can always find links to some of my favorite finance blogs in my blogroll, but today I want to […]

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When Will The Bailouts End?

Miscellaneous

Maybe it’s just me, but these bailouts seem to be happening more and more frequently these days. Six months ago it was Bear Stearns. Just two weeks ago we bailed out Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Now, as you’ve undoubtedly heard, the U.S. government has taken it upon itself to bail out American International Group, […]

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The 3 Dumbest Financial Decisions I’ve Made

Personal Finance

We’ve all been there and we’ve all done it.  We’ve made stupid financial decisions.  Decisions that have haunted us – haunted us for years after they were made.  It’s not unavoidable, but sometimes it feels that way.  Looking back we always feel stupid and wish we would have made different choices, but by that time […]

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The Carnival of Personal Finance #168

Personal Finance

One Caveman’s Financial Journey is hosting the Labor Day edition of The Carnival of Personal Finance, highlighting the best personal finance articles around (and maybe even a few grilling tips).  My recent article on Debit versus Credit, Cash In On The Economy’s Problems, earned “the choice steak” rating as an Editor’s Pick. There are some […]

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