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Monthly Goal due 4/30: Microsoft Money & Budgeting

Since I only have a week left(!), I'll make this month's goals very brief. 1) I want to have all of my financial accounts added and updated in Microsoft Money 2005. 2) Very very roughly, I want to see where our money is going each month. 3) (From … [Read the rest]

Monthly Goal due 4/30: Microsoft Money & Budgeting

Since I only have a week left(!), I'll make this month's goals very brief. 1) I want to have all of my financial accounts added and updated in Microsoft Money 2005. 2) Very very roughly, I want to see where our money is going each month. 3) … [Read the rest]

March Monthly Goal Update: Taxes & More

Ok, so I'm chronically late on my monthly goals. Briefly, here is the status of the goals that I set for March: 1) "File taxes for myself and the missus..." Done. It was a pain doing taxes for 2 states for two separate people and a joint federal … [Read the rest]

March Monthly Goal Update: Taxes & More

Ok, so I'm chronically late on my monthly goals. Briefly, here is the status of the goals that I set for March: 1) "File taxes for myself and the missus..." Done. It was a pain doing taxes for 2 states for two separate people and a joint … [Read the rest]

Mailexpire.com – Free and awesome way to avoid spam

This is slightly off-topic, but I'm constantly annoyed that whenever you want to simply read a news story or use their "free" service, sites often make you register and provide your name, e-mail, address, etc. I mean, it's obvious that the only … [Read the rest]

Free Annual Reports, and How to Read Them

I just got a piece of mail from Kiplinger's Personal Finance, of which I am a subscriber, offering free annual reports and prospectuses of many publicly traded companies and funds at http://kpf.ar.wilink.com. They even ship them to you for free. … [Read the rest]

Disney “World” is right. It’s a self-contained money sucking machine!

I got a chance to add up the receipts from our Disney vacation, and it was a pretty penny. The really crazy thing is that just about every cent went directly to Mickey's deep pockets (DIS). We stayed at a Disney Hotel. Had breakfast at the resort … [Read the rest]

BzzAgent Review – YourMusic.com

I recently joined this interesting site called BzzAgent. Basically, you sign up to try new products, and you spread the "Bzz" to others and let them know the reactions that you get. It's better than simply taking surveys, as you actually get the … [Read the rest]

VirtualBank Promotion: $20 Referral Bonus for New Accounts

VirtualBank is currently running a promotion that gives new clients a $20 bonus if you are referred by an existing member, and open with a minimum of $100. The referrer also gets $20. I've referred my entire family and many others, amazingly still … [Read the rest]

It’s a Small World after all, It’s a Small World after all…

Whew, my plane landed late last night, and I'm still digging out from under work e-mails. Along with various awful Disney songs, I've also got lots of post ideas in my head and some written in Notepad on my laptop, so hopefully I'll be able to start … [Read the rest]

Most Popular Posts of MyMoneyBlog

I'm going to be busy decreasing my net worth and increasing Disney revenues this week, so here's some popular past posts. The criteria was pretty simple, any post prior to April with more than 6 comments so far is listed here: Emigrant Direct … [Read the rest]

Reprint of Wall Street Journal Article on Financial Blogs

In case anyone didn't see or want a more permanent link to the Wall Street Journal article on financial blogs written a while ago, I ran across this reprint at OCRegister.com - Bloggers let anyone become a financial voyeur. … [Read the rest]

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