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4 Reasons not to use debt to make an investment

4 Reasons not to use debt to make an investment

An outline of four reasons why you shouldn’t use debt to make investments. And two reasons why some people do.

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Freedom Week: Financial Emancipation Proclamation

Freedom Week: Financial Emancipation Proclamation

Today’s post, adapted from President Lincoln’s famous proclamation, is the Financial Emancipation Proclamation.

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Freedom Week: Financial Bill of Rights

Freedom Week: Financial Bill of Rights

To celebrate the birth of our nation and the freedoms that we are afforded, I am writing three posts this week with a twist. Each post is based on an influential document which has given us rights.

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Freedom Week: Financial Declaration of Independence

Freedom Week: Financial Declaration of Independence

I decided to alter the beginning of the Declaration of Independence to create a Financial Declaration of Independence.

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The Trouble with Identifying Debt Relief Scams

The Trouble with Identifying Debt Relief Scams

Any American who pays even the slightest bit of attention to television commercials or newspaper advertisements has likely seen his or her share of debt relief offers that seem to good to be true.

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How To: Get out of debt using the Snowball Method

How To: Get out of debt using the Snowball Method

Credit card debt is wrecking people’s lives as we speak. The lure of the “easy money” ruins a lot of families because credit card holders are too weak to refrain from buying yet another thing they really don’t need.

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Benefits of an Online Multi-Carrier Brokerage Firm vs a Local Agent [guest post]

Benefits of an Online Multi-Carrier Brokerage Firm vs a Local Agent [guest post]

In our current hectic and fast-paced lifestyle, technology has caught up with every industry, making businesses work better, faster and safer. The life insurance industry is no different.

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How To: Manage your debts without using Debt Management Programs [guest post]

How To: Manage your debts without using Debt Management Programs [guest post]

Louise Tillotson writes for a number of websites, including moneysupermarket.com, on debt management, household budgets, savings and other personal finance topics.

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RabbitFunds is joining the Yakezie Challenge: Building a better blog

RabbitFunds is joining the Yakezie Challenge: Building a better blog

Financial Sumaria issued a challenge at the beginning of the year to (1) create more and better content, (2) selflessly contribute to the community, and (3) hopefully see an increase in our Alexa ranking in the process.

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4 Things Fahrenheit 451 taught me about Personal Finance

4 Things Fahrenheit 451 taught me about Personal Finance

After reading Fahrenheit 451 and researching various statements that Ray Bradbury himself made about it, I realized that there are several points that coincide with personal finance.

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No Spend Month Recap: We blew it!

No Spend Month Recap: We blew it!

My wife and I decided to take on J. Money’s No Spend Challenge he issued on Untemplater. The result: we failed miserably. Here’s why.

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6 More ways to stop overspending and save money

6 More ways to stop overspending and save money

Last summer, I wrote a post titled, “Stop lying, 5 ways to stop overspending.” It has been one of my most popular posts. So I’ve decided to revisit the topic and expand the list.

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