Here’s this week’s Ten for Tuesday. Enjoy!
1. My friend, Lindsay, details how she and her husband are handling allowances.
2. We have a food pyramid so why not an asset allocation pyramid too?
4. Jeremy agrees with Robert Kiyosakiagain… – Look for a Robert and Jeremy book in the near future…
5. The Finance Buff discusses the differences between 0% APR, same-as-cash, and no-interest-no-payments.
6. Protect your FICO score as more inactive credit card accounts are closed. – From a bank’s point-of-view, this makes perfect sense. People are losing their jobs and the ecomony is down. The last thing a bank wants is for people with no income to suddenly break out the credit cards.
7. The Digerati Life offers up some pointers on preparing for a job interview.
8. Glblguy over at GatherLittlebyLittle received this email and would like your advice:
I am very inspired by your website. I think I started crying at my desk when I started reading it. I am in a extremely large amount of debt. A lot of it is stuff in my husbandâ€™s name that he does not know about. I feel like failure and a thief. I wonder how I got myself into this mess and how do I manage to get out without my husband leaving me. I am scared and worried sick. I was able to make the payments before but it is getting harder and harder and there are lies after lies. I am scared my husband will leave me. I pray about this all the time and I am asking God to help me but I feel like my spiritual relationship is not strong. I am looking for help. I donâ€™t want to lose my family.
9. The Frugal Duchess and her plan for building a better a budget.
10. Wisdom Tree’s Jeremy Siegel’s Quarter Four Commentary (PDF).
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