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Caine’s Arcade: Creative Kid Entrepreneur + Follow-Up

If you haven't seen this film about 9-year-old Caine and how he turned loneliness and boredom into his own cardboard video game arcade and an inspirational phenomenon, you must watch it now: (youtube link) There's also now a follow-up clip … [Read the rest]

AT&T Promotions – $25 AutoPay, $10 Paperless Bonus

If you are an AT&T Wireless, U-verse, Home Phone, or Internet customer, here are some promotions that are currently available. $25 for AutoPay Sign up for automatic payment of your bill via credit card or bank account and get a $25 prepaid Visa … [Read the rest]

Meet America’s Youngest Landlord

Here's a nice feel-good story about a financially-savvy teenager. 14-year-old Willow Tufano may be America's youngest landlord. She bought a house in a short sale in Port Charlotte, Florida for $12,000. The 3-bedroom house is now rented out for … [Read the rest]

U.S. Bank Cash+ Plus Visa Signature Card Review – More 5% Cash Back

There's a new entrant in the world of 5% cash back credit cards. The U.S. Bank Cash+ Visa Signature card actually lets you choose and change the categories in which you can earn 5% and 2% cash back. Here's how it works. Each quarter, you can … [Read the rest]

How to Pay Zero Income Taxes in Retirement With Mixed IRAs

How about another mental exercise on taxes? I usually enjoy Christine Benz's articles on Morningstar, and When Taxes Collide With Your Asset Allocation was no exception. She presents the following scenario: Let's say a 65-year-old woman is … [Read the rest]

Save More vs. Earn More: A Dollar Saved Is Two Dollars Earned

Earn more. Save more. Those are the two ways to get out of debt and build wealth. I'm a big proponent of doing both, but for many people it may be easier to cut back on some luxuries rather than land a higher-paying job, start a side business, … [Read the rest]

College Tuition Inflation: Net Out-of-Pocket vs. Published Sticker Prices

Now that I have a renewed interest in college costs (read: a kid), I'm paying more attention to the ongoing student loan debt discussion. One major talking point is the rising cost, but there seems to be a big difference between the published or … [Read the rest]

Free Business & Finance Audiobooks on Audible.com

Here are some finance-related audiobooks from Audible.com (owned by Amazon.com) that are currently free with no trial required. Download them now, listen to them later. Via gymsock of SD. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Powerful … [Read the rest]

Stop Delivery of Physical Phone Books – YellowPagesOptOut.com

Visit YellowPagesOptOut.com to stop the delivery of those huge phone books. The site is reasonably easy-to-use, although they ask for a phone number and I chose not to provide my real phone number to an industry based on unsolicited advertising. I … [Read the rest]

Loyal Financial Group – Possible Scam or Ponzi Scheme?

(Update: They are now blocking visits with my referral domain. You can view the site directly by typing in www.loyalfinancial.com.) I received an e-mail today asking me to look into Loyal Financial Private Investments at LoyalFinancial.com and … [Read the rest]

Coupons.com Savings Club Free 1-Year Membership

Coupons.com is - surprise! - a site that offers digital and printable coupons online to many major brands. They also have a "Savings Club" where you pay $30 a year and get access to bigger coupons and a Coupon Finder tool. To celebrate their … [Read the rest]

Recent Investment Returns By Asset Class – August 2012

Now that our portfolio size has become more significant, I want to keep on top of things better while still avoiding most of the market noise. I took some ideas from how others share investment return data (see here and my 2011 year-end returns … [Read the rest]

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