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12 Non-Financial Books That Will Help You Cultivate a Mindset of Financial Independence
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Over the years, I’ve written about many personal finance books that have been incredibly valuable to me and to many others in terms of helping them figure out their finances and build a path to a strong retirement or even to financial independence / early retirement. Perhaps the most in-depth list was this one, where […]

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The Pros and Cons of Working from Home
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For more info go to: http://www.mcbov.info Whether you are a home-based small company owner that functions from house full time, or somebody that divides his or her time by functioning from residence sometimes, there are a variety of cons and pros to consider before you set up a residence workplace and strategy your work setting. […]

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Thoughts Become Desires
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One of my biggest work distractions is looking at interesting websites, particularly ones that I think will help improve my life (this might sound an awful lot like you at the moment). Quite often, I’ll stumble across an article that will talk about a particular book or a particular app or a particular item that […]

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How to say no
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A couple of years ago, one of my friends asked me, “What’s your number one goal?” The question made me nervous. I didn’t want to answer. I was afraid that if I said my single most important goal, I’d be closing doors to all of my other goals — of which there were many. So […]

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12 Strategies for Maintaining Focus While Working at Home
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I’ve been working from home on at least a regular basis for more than a decade, and on a full-time basis for nearly a decade. Over the years, I’ve come to learn quite a lot about what it takes to effectively telecommute for your work. The number one thing? It absolutely requires the ability to […]

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Questions About Financial Coaching, Letterboxing, Bag Dumps, and More!
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What’s inside? Here are the questions answered in today’s reader mailbag, boiled down to summaries of five or fewer words. Click on the number to jump straight down to the question. 1. Certifications and financial coaching 2. Selling valuable items through mail 3. Starting college advice 4. Thinking of quitting my job 5. Restaurant bloat […]

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How to Become ‘The Millionaire Next Door’
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One of the most influential books I’ve ever read in terms of shaping my thoughts on personal finance and helping me figure out what to do. This is one of a few books I read at my financial low point, along with Your Money or Your Life and The Total Money Makeover, that really helped […]

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Valentine’s Day Date Ideas for $50 or Less
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TSD’s Holly Johnson and Jon Gorey have, well, different perspectives on some things. Here, they share some ideas for a frugal Valentine’s Day date night. Valentine’s Day may be nothing more than a Hallmark holiday, but that doesn’t mean you should ignore it. Whether or not you choose to acknowledge it, your sweetie may be […]

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How to Make This Year Your Most Successful Year Yet
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If January flew by way too fast for you, that should put some things into perspective. While there are no do-overs, there is still plenty of time to make this year your most successful year yet. Whether you’re big on setting goals and New Year’s resolutions or not, it’s likely that you want to make […]

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Taking a Hard Look at Your Future Self
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One of the most powerful concepts I’ve ever come across in my years of studying and thinking about personal finance issues is the concept of the “future self.” “Future self” is pretty much exactly what you think it is: It’s you at some point in the future. It’s not an optimistic version of your future […]

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How to Find the Perfect (Frugal) Valentine’s Gift
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When it comes to holidays that place unreasonable expectations on our wallets, Valentine’s Day has got to be the worst. Every time early February rolls around, we’re expected to throw our budgets out the window to show our love. If you really adore your husband, you’ll buy him a $5,000 watch or a new car […]

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