Can you match the following 15 people with their money-related quotations? There is only one quote for each person listed. Be careful – you may be surprised at some of the answers, which can be found on a link at the end of this post.
A. Ben Affleck
B. Warren Buffett
C. George Carlin
D. Albert Einstein
E. Alan Greenspan
F. Paris Hilton
G. John Lennon
H. Karl Marx
I. Barack Obama
J. Will Smith
K. Britney Spears
L. Ronald Reagan
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Since I’m still struggling to get interviews with respected personal finance bloggers (even personal finance genius Rich Livingston was on vacation) I finally concluded that enough was enough!
Therefore, because desperate times call for desperate measures, I decided that instead of waiting for somebody (anybody) to agree to an interview, I would hold a live web chat with my trusty Magic 8-Ball – if it approved, of course.
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Welcome to the fifth edition of The Best of the Best in Money and Personal Finance, where every featured post is an Editor’s Pick! A couple weeks ago I had the bright idea to take the family to Palm Springs where we could all just kick back, relax and have a nice little summer holiday. That’s why the top selections for this edition were based upon entries that came closest
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You know, they say a milestone is anything that gives you a personal sense of accomplishment and helps you move forward. Amazingly enough, after just over six months I reached an important blogging milestone of my own today: post number 100!
Okay, roughly ten of those posts merely link to other content, but the rest contain at least a smattering of original stuff.
It’s been a lot of
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This past week I was fortunate enough to be selected as an Editor’s Pick (!) for the Money Hacks Carnival 68 – Stanley Cup Edition hosted at Financial Highway. Thanks, Ray, for the pick! What an honor! And check out Ray’s new site design and let him know what you think.
I was also very humbled to learn that my unsolicited post entitled A Few Minutes with Personal
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Welcome to the third edition of The Best of the Best in Money and Personal Finance, where every featured post is an Editor’s Pick! Unlike some “Best of” carnivals there is absolutely no voting here, folks. Instead, selections are solely based upon who is willing to pay me the most money.
Hey, I’m only kidding! Please don’t report me to the National Association of Personal Finance Bloggers. I don’t
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I wanted to give a quick shout out to the following carnivals that were kind enough to include articles of mine this past week:
Carnival of Twenty Something Finances: Sesame Street Edition – Over at My Life ROI I was featured as an Editor’s Pick (!) for…well, I’ll let you visit the site to see what the lucky article was.
Money Hacks Carnival #76 – The Land Down Under Edition
Carnival of Money
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First off, I don’t know who you are, but I want to thank those of you who have taken the time and displayed enough interest in this blog to subscribe to my RSS feed. There’s currently not a lot of you, but you are greatly appreciated. If I knew who you were I’d write you a personal thank you letter!
For the record, I currently
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This week Len Penzo dot Com had an article selected as an Editor’s Pick (!) at the Festival of Frugality – Remember When Edition. I’ll let you click on the link to see which one it was.
I also had articles featured at:
Money Hacks Carnival – Swine Flu Edition
Carnival of Bankruptcy and Debt Management
Be sure to check them out!
Welcome to the second edition of the Best of the Best in Money and Personal Finance! As always, the goal of this carnival is to provide bloggers with a stage for highlighting their very best personal finance posts of the previous month.
This week I received 88 legitimate entries that met the carnival’s criteria.
Of course, to keep the carnival true to its theme, I always limit the final selections to what
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