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Weekly Round-up: Week #1 of our No Spend challenge

Weekly Round-up: Week #1 of our No Spend challenge

Today is Day 9 in our No Spend challenge. So far, we are doing pretty good though have spent $10.01 outside of our guidelines. Plus, check out how you can win an Apple iPad

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12 Finance and Money Saving iPhone apps you should consider

12 Finance and Money Saving iPhone apps you should consider

I searched the iPhone app store for apps that would make my financial life better. This post features the best 12 finance and money saving apps that I found.

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2010 Financial Planning Genius Award Winners

2010 Financial Planning Genius Award Winners

I am happy to announce the four winners or people “Getting us unstuck” for 2010 (in no particular order).

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5 Simple ways for college students to start financial planning

5 Simple ways for college students to start financial planning

My list of the top 5 suggestions for college students to start financial planning and graduate from college with less debt and a solid foundation to begin a professional career or a family.

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I’m taking J. Money’s 30-day “No Spend” challenge

I’m taking J. Money’s 30-day “No Spend” challenge

Over at Untemplater.com, J. Money issued a challenge to not spend any money outside of the necessary (e.g. groceries and utilities) for 30 days. Well, I’m taking him up on it.

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Why Hubspot fails at social marketing [update]

Why Hubspot fails at social marketing [update]

I had an interesting experience with Hubspot about a week ago which leaves me a bit disenchanted with them as a result.

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Steps to getting discount auto insurance for students [guest post]

Steps to getting discount auto insurance for students [guest post]

If you’re a high school or a college student and just bought your first car, you are probably in the market for insurance to cover your vehicle against any sort of damage.

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Win $25 in the Financial Planning Genius awards #FPG2010

Win $25 in the Financial Planning Genius awards #FPG2010

I have two very exciting opportunities. The first I announced yesterday – 2010 Financial Planning Genius awards. I need your help to select the four people who are doing the most to get us unstuck financially.

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2010 Financial Planning Genius: Request for Nominations

2010 Financial Planning Genius: Request for Nominations

I am taking nominations until March 31 for who you believe should be awarded the 2010 Financial Planning Genius status. You could win $25!

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HOW TO: Invest for Retirement [guest post]

HOW TO: Invest for Retirement [guest post]

It’s important to remember that the best method for early retirement planning and investment selection is not the same for every person.

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Dear Dave Ramsey, I sold my car, but the golf clubs stay

Dear Dave Ramsey, I sold my car, but the golf clubs stay

I wrote a mock letter to Dave Ramsey several months ago lamenting the need to sell my car. Well, the deed is done. My baby is gone. And here’s why I’m better for it.

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INTERVIEW: Seth Risenmay, Founder of MoneyDesktop.com

INTERVIEW: Seth Risenmay, Founder of MoneyDesktop.com

I have a real treat today. Seth Risenmay, the founder of MoneyDesktop.com, answered some questions from me and also graciously offered a promo code for a free 3 month trial of his product.

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