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You know, with all the Monday carnivals dealing with money, maybe we should rename Monday “MONEY”! Okay, maybe not. Anyway, here are some of the carnvials that are out today:
Growing up, my family ALWAYS used Memorial Day as a day to go decorate the graves of our family. We used to pack a picnic lunch and squeeze all five of us and my Nana into our 1978 Buick Riviera and drive a couple of hours to this small town and decorate my mom’s family’s […]
I have been going through some of my spreadsheets and looking for interesting things to turn into calculators. I found
Albert Crenshaw offers up some pretty good advice in his final Washington Post column before he retires. I pretty much agree
This week’s Blog of the Week is GetRichSlowly. Although this blog is relatively new, it gets a lot of traffic. I just found this blog this week when I noticed that the author linked to one of my posts. Anyway, it is a nicely-written blog with cool posts like this one, which is a list […]
If you are familiar with personal finance, you have probably heard the term “present value” mentioned a time or two. Have you ever wondered what it means? The best way to define present value is with an example.
I’m guessing that the US Postal Service just had to have a tracking feature so that they could try to be like UPS or FedEx. Well they AIN’T!
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