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Here are six items that I found in my Bloglines .. I thought they are interesting enough to pass along for your perusal! …/ HART

(1) How Does Your Net Worth Compare? –

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(3) Free Money Finance in Seven Carnivals This Week –

(4) Dilbert’s Retirement Plan –

(5) Financial Retirement Planning –

(6) Reviewing Your Retirement Plan –

Here are six items that I found in my Bloglines .. I thought they are interesting enough to pass along for your perusal! …/ HART

(1) How an Emergeny Fund Can Save You Thousands Each Year! –

(2) Move, Save Money, Become a Multiple Millionaire — All in One Step –

(3) Money and Values: When Frugality Goes Too Far

(4) Daydreaming about your retirement instead of planning for your dreams –

(5) Tips on Retirement Home Decisions –

(6) Making a Budget –

The Mindset for Saving

By Victor Fam

I still remember back in year 2002, my attitude toward money is like this: “I earn some money, I spend it. I buy nice car, I buy nice electronic gadgets, I spend wherever I like. I don’t worry about the money. I believe that I can use my expenses to stimulate my earning power. The more I spend, the more I will earn.” Every months I hardly saved any money because I spent all of the money.


The Money Fight isn’t Necessary

By Martin Lukac

Money isn’t that difficult a topic. It is quite simple. It is about one thing — choice.


Creating Surplus Cash For Savings and Invest

By Richard Kimball

You know you need to be saving money but you never seem to have enough at the end of the month or worse, you are further in debt.


Top 10 Ways to Cut Spending

By Kristine McKinley

Do you run out of money before you run out of month? Do you wonder where your money goes each month? Do you struggle to find money to invest for retirement, emergencies and other financial goals? Here are 10 tips to cut your spending and stretch your dollar to the max:


Key Aspects Of Managing Your Personal Finance

By James Taylor

Increasing consumerism has given rise to the phenomenon of over expenditure by even an average earner and in turn has resulted in more and more people reeling under debt burden. The problem escalates because people care little about key aspects of personal finance. One can in fact benefit much if finance availing and management aspects of personal finance are especially taken care of.


Are You Afraid Of Budget Prison?

By Gregory Walding

Do you put living on a budget is the same category as living on a diet? I know most people would rather die than live on a budget. But, did you know, that living without a budget will get you into a lot of trouble.


Financial Planning 101 for Retirement Life

By Natalie Aranda

After fifty years of working, chances are we crave the day when we can retire. We no longer have to wake up at 5 a.m., sit in rush hour traffic, or stress over unrealistic deadlines. These very factors are just the reason why we count down the days to relaxation. While most of us fantasize, the majority of the baby boomers don’t realize that financial planning doesn’t stop at 65. Retirement planning is crucial, regardless of what stage you are in.


Here are six items that I found in my Bloglines .. I thought they are interesting enough to pass along for your perusal! …/ HART

(1) How To .. Personal Finance Edition –

(2) Control Impulse Spending With The 30-Day Rule –

(3) Carnival Of Personal Finance –

(4) In Debt We Trust (Movie Trailer) –

(5) Tips For Saving On A Wedding –

(6) Retirement Planning For The Soul –

Saving Money and Living Frugally

By Adam Knife

No one wants to be stuck in a situation without enough money, though, many end up in the exact situation. From single parents who have to raise and take care of a young child to the businessman who loses his job, there are hundreds of situations that could leave you strapped for cash. To chop down your expenses, there are some major tips you can take.


Private Annuity Trusts – Supercharge Your Retirement

By Paula Straub

You have made some great investments in Real Estate or in a Stock Portfolio. Congratulations! Now you are ready to retire on your gains. But wait. To benefit from your investment appreciation, you’re going to have to sell some or all of those assets.


Inheritance Entitlement

By Nola Redd

Two articles published in USA Today several months ago have inspired me to think a great deal about death and inheritances.The first article noted the generosity of Howard Hughes in donating the majority of his estate to the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation after his death. It went on to discuss the growing trend of the rich to leave much of their estate to charity, rather than pass it on to their children. Most of the children in the article – possibly all of them – discussed the trend in a positive manner; I don’t recall anyone other than the author bemoaning their loss. The second article focused on one family, whose patriarch was dying of cancer and using most of his savings on medical bills. Although his children repeatedly stated that they would rather have hope for their father than an inheritance (one significantly smaller than the Hughes children would someday receive), the father worried about what he would leave to his children.


Why Understanding Your “Financial Personality” Is Important In The Financial Planning Process

By Hugh Massie