Category Archives: Increasing Income

Make Money by Giving Away Clothes for Free?

I am not kidding, the title doesn’t lie.  That is absolutely what happened to me a few weeks back. I have been trying to get rid of superfluous items in my life and that includes clothing.  I don’t know if i could ever give up as much as Colin has over at Exile Lifestyle and […]

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3 Plutus Award Nominations, 2 Jobs Quit, 1 New Career

What a week this has been.  Since the blogger happy hour last Thursday, my life has gone in all sorts of weird directions.  Lots to tell and it all ties into personal finance.  Things get better as you scroll down, so I hope you pick up on my excitement. Plutus Awards First, and most importantly, […]

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The Plan for 2010

I won’t call them goals. They will be achieved, somehow, someway.  The journey for implementing most of this plan will not be all that interesting.  Here are the big components for the 2010 plan. Max out my 401(K) with my employer Max out my Roth IRA Build enough extra income that I can still survive […]

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Optimizing My Own Accounts – Making My Money Work for Me

Friday’s discussion was about making your money work for you with high-yield savings accounts.  Today, I will go through all of my own personal accounts and the benefits that each offer their customers (I will even touch on what funds I have invested in).  You can use my accounts as a guide for making your […]

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Start Making Your Money Work For You – Open a High-Yield Savings Account

How much interest is your money in your bank account earning?  Do you know the percentage?  Odds are its some fraction of a percent that isn’t worth recognizing or remembering.  This is where economists freak out, because many of us aren’t acting as rational entities and aren’t maximizing our wealth/earning potential via the resources that […]

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The Personal Finance Hour – Making More Money Episode Recap

Last night I had the pleasure of listening to the Personal Finance Hour live for the first time.  This show, hosted by JD Roth of Get Rich Slowly and Jim Wang of Bargaineering, offers an excellent weekly discussion on all topics personal finance.  This week’s show topic was about making extra money.  The enthusiasm of JD, Jim and […]

Read the full article »

Category Archives: Increasing Income

Make Money by Giving Away Clothes for Free?

I am not kidding, the title doesn’t lie.  That is absolutely what happened to me a few weeks back. I have been trying to get rid of superfluous items in my life and that includes clothing.  I don’t know if i could ever give up as much as Colin has over at Exile Lifestyle and […]

Read the full article »

3 Plutus Award Nominations, 2 Jobs Quit, 1 New Career

What a week this has been.  Since the blogger happy hour last Thursday, my life has gone in all sorts of weird directions.  Lots to tell and it all ties into personal finance.  Things get better as you scroll down, so I hope you pick up on my excitement. Plutus Awards First, and most importantly, […]

Read the full article »

The Plan for 2010

I won’t call them goals. They will be achieved, somehow, someway.  The journey for implementing most of this plan will not be all that interesting.  Here are the big components for the 2010 plan. Max out my 401(K) with my employer Max out my Roth IRA Build enough extra income that I can still survive […]

Read the full article »

Optimizing My Own Accounts – Making My Money Work for Me

Friday’s discussion was about making your money work for you with high-yield savings accounts.  Today, I will go through all of my own personal accounts and the benefits that each offer their customers (I will even touch on what funds I have invested in).  You can use my accounts as a guide for making your […]

Read the full article »

Start Making Your Money Work For You – Open a High-Yield Savings Account

How much interest is your money in your bank account earning?  Do you know the percentage?  Odds are its some fraction of a percent that isn’t worth recognizing or remembering.  This is where economists freak out, because many of us aren’t acting as rational entities and aren’t maximizing our wealth/earning potential via the resources that […]

Read the full article »

The Personal Finance Hour – Making More Money Episode Recap

Last night I had the pleasure of listening to the Personal Finance Hour live for the first time.  This show, hosted by JD Roth of Get Rich Slowly and Jim Wang of Bargaineering, offers an excellent weekly discussion on all topics personal finance.  This week’s show topic was about making extra money.  The enthusiasm of JD, Jim and […]

Read the full article »