I’m pleased to be hosting the 301st edition of the longest running (and most prestigious) personal finance carnival around—the Carnival of Personal Finance. As expected, many high-quality posts were submitted this week, and the task of picking the best of the bunch was daunting, but I got it done. This week’s Carnival theme is color … Continue reading Carnival of Personal Finance #301: Color Theory Edition
Last year’s reading list was a big hit with readers, so I’m doing it again. Once again, I’m trying to pin down the elusive question of “What do you read?”
Following personal finance experts isn't always the best ideas. Here are a few reasons why you should think twice.
When I talk to people about what made them decide to get out of debt, quit their job and start a business, decide to buy a home, or retire early, they often talk about a "moment." In that moment, they found the courage to begin.
One of the things that always amazes me is just how much information is written, spoken, taped, or talked about when it comes to personal finance. But it’s really no surprise because it’s one of the hardest things we have to deal with as grown-ups. Here are 60 reasons why.
I review the best posts around the web from October, look at the most popular Fizzle posts, and let you know about what's going on behind the scenes!
I'm hosting this week's Festival of Frugality, set to Stephen Covey's 7 Habits. See the best posts on frugality and strategies for saving money!
I take a look a three recent posts on whether the recession is truly over, if renters should pay taxes, and investment options in your HSA account.
News broke this morning that information giant Google was releasing a new system called Tip Jar, powered by the Google Moderator platform. Google's Tip Jar seeks to provide financial advice to visitors, one small tip at a time. Each tip on the site is limited to 250 characters, and anyone with a Google account can … Continue reading Google Debuts Tip Jar