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My regular readers might recognize the name Steve Rosen because I have linked to several of his articles recently. Steve has a weekly column in the Kansas City Star, which is also synicated in several newspapers across the country. His speciality is writing about kids and money, a topic near and dear to my heart [...]
I have been really self-absorbed the last week or so due to my “legal” problems. However, things are getting better now and I wanted to post another roundup with some articles from the MoneyBlogNetwork and beyond.
Here are some of my favorite frugal blogs:
Taylor Larimore, one of the three authors of The Bogleheads’ Guide to Investing, has put together a list of investing books that he recommends to people wanting to learn how to invest their money. It’s a pretty good list.
This afternoon, on the way to a soccer game, a bus carrying the high school girls soccer team swerved to avoid an object that had fallen off the back of an oncoming truck. The bus slid off the road, rolled over and landed in a ditch. Two girls on the bus were killed. One of [...]
In addition to AllFinancialMatters’ (I’m still getting used to writing the new name) Blog of the Week (BotW), the MoneyBlogNetwork has a BotW. This week’s selection is
Monday’s Wall Street Journal had a special report called Your Money Matters. I found the articles in that section to be very interesting and helpful. The main article, Love and Money ($), was written by Jeff Opdyke, one of my favorite columnists at the Journal. The article lists nine questions that ALL couples should ask [...]
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