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    Why I Like to Use Credit Cards

    Tweet It seems a little “off” to some people that I like to use credit cards. After all, shouldn’t a personal finance writer be against credit? The reality is that the use of credit cards doesn’t have to equal debt. In fact, it’s possible to […]

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    Too cool to save

    Tweet Remember how in high school, if you were really into studying and getting good grades, you were somewhat of a pariah among the cool kids? If you were really into math or if you weren’t interested in going to underage keggers every weekend, you […]

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    Do You Really Need to Avoid ALL Unnecessary Spending to be “Smart” with Your Money?

    Tweet Recently, I saw an interesting ad on a local Classifieds site. The ad is for a $200 amp, and it is titled, “Dave Ramsey Has Ruined My Life — So Please — Buy My Amp.” Among the gems in the ad, the poster offered […]

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  • Catering to Millennials: How They Want to Shop

    Catering to Millennials: How They Want to Shop

    Tweet   Just having an online business presence isn’t enough anymore. The Millennial generation is becoming more and more of a force in business and they won’t be satisfied if you just have “a website.” If you want to boost your sales in the short […]

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    How is anybody affording this?

    Tweet Do you ever find yourself listening to a situation and asking: How are you affording this? I do this out of total PF curiousity because I just want to know so I can do it too! HOW CAN YOU AFFORD THAT? Carrie Bradshaw’s meager […]

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    Learn About Investing from the Opposite Gender

    Tweet In recent years, there have been a number of studies that focus on the way men and women invest. These studies conclude that men and women do, in fact, invest differently from each other. Whether these differences are inherent because of gender, or whether […]

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    The Idiot’s Wife: The Story of our Shot

    Tweet I’ve never really talked about The Idiot’s Wife have I? She got her degree in Photography where she lived in Mexico City and considers herself to be a professional photographer. The camera she uses is a Sony digital camera that they traveled ESPECIALLY to New […]

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    How to Choose the Right Home for You

    Tweet Even though buying a home is no longer considered the most important part of the American Dream, it still remains a very important part of many people’s financial ambitions. I currently have a mortgage (although I’m not sure I will ever buy again), and […]

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    Got a brand new shiny job? Watch out for these pitfalls.

    Tweet Congratulations! You have a shiny new job and you’re going from making $10/hour (minimum wage in Ontario) to $40,000 a year! WOW! $40,000!!!!!! That is DOUBLE what you were making before. ($10/hour x 2000 hours a year = $20,000) But wait. Does this mean […]

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    Are You Saving for Retirement? You Should Be!

    Tweet It’s difficult for us, as humans to visualize the future and plan for it. However, it’s important for us to prepare for the future, or we could find ourselves in dire financial straits. One of the best things you can do right now, before […]

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