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Michael over at It’s Your Money is Trying Out Prosper. For the three of you who haven’t heard about it yet, Prosper is supposed to be a peer-to-peer lender. To find out more, go to Prosper.com.
While at the local bookstore a while back, I picked up and started reading Joel Greenblatt’s The Little Book That Beats the Market. Although I’ve expressed reservations about the book, I have to say that I like the way it is written. In fact,
Well, now Feedburner has started charging a fee if I want to view anything other than VERY basic stats. It stinks because I just figured out how to get all my feeds to go through Feedburner so that I could track which stories were most popular. Any other feed services out there that compare to […]
Flexo has highlights some advice from Bankrate for those who won the lottery. I don’t know the exact numbers but it seems like a lot of lottery “winners” eventually become bankrupt. I guess the reason for that is that they don’t know how to manage money and I’m sure lots of evil people come into […]
Scott interviews NCN of NoCreditNeeded. It’s a good podcast. A great way to follow what’s up with Scott is to subscribe to his feed.
If you have been reading personal finance or investing blogs for a while, you have probably heard of Phil Town, the author of “Rule #1″. My MoneyBlogNetwork buddy, Jim, has posted an interview with Phil. One thing that bugs me about this interview is how Phil skirts around the question:
No, this isn’t some intro to a multi-level marketing scheme. If you are like a lot of people, you are probably getting a decent tax refund this year. Did you know that with some planning, you can actually have that money during the year instead
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