Money Hacks Carnival XCV – The “Tiger Woods, We Hardly Knew Ye” Edition

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Welcome to edition XCV of The Money Hacks Carnival, where every featured post is an Editor’s Pick! No wait, that’s my monthly Best of the Best carnival.

Let’s try that again…

Welcome to edition XCV of The Money Hacks Carnival, where

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10 Financial Lessons We Can Learn From Baseball

Hi, this is Mr Credit Card from www.askmrcreditcard.com. Len and I really got to know each other recently and I found out he was a Los Angeles Dodgers fan. Well, I’m a Philadelphia Phillies fan and so you could imagine our conversations when the Phillies played the Dodgers this year in the NLCS playoffs! So in the spirit of baseball fans everywhere, I’m going to write a post about what

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Why Now Is The Best Time to Pay Off Your Debts

This is a guest post by Jennifer Lohan from Finance Buzz for Us.

If you allow your debts to pile up, they can draw you into a vicious debt cycle. You can try to solve the debt problems on your own by implementing some severe austerity measures such as cutting spending to the bone, and selling luxury items to free up cash. You can also look at getting assistance

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Black Coffee: My Favorite Blogs, Money News & Opinions #25

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Blogs I’ve Been Following This Week

Welcome to another rousing edition of Black Coffee, your off-beat weekly round-up of what’s been going on in the world of money and personal finance. Here’s what caught my attention over the past week…

Once again, time limitations are forcing me to go to the lightning round for this week’s links, so put 60

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Drive-By Movie Review: Four Christmases

This is a review of the 2008 movie Four Christmases starring Reese Witherspoon, Vince Vaughn, Robert Duvall, Jon Voight, and Sissy Spacek

Plot Summary: A couple struggles to visit all four of their divorced parents on Christmas Day.

Me: Can you believe this is the 200th post here at Len Penzo dot Com!

The Honeybee: So?

Me: What do you mean, “So?”

The Honeybee: I hardly think your readers care.

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The Best of the Best in Money and Personal Finance #9

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Welcome to edition nine of The Best of the Best in Money and Personal Finance, where every featured post is an Editor’s Pick!

Last week, the Honeybee and I took part in our annual Yuletide spectacle, I mean, tradition where we put

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Black Coffee: My Favorite Blogs, Money News & Opinions #24

It’s time to sit back, relax and enjoy a little joe

Blogs I’ve Been Following This Week

Welcome to another rousing edition of Black Coffee, your off-beat weekly round-up of what’s been going on in the world of money and personal finance. Here’s what caught my attention over the past week…

I’m busy preparing for this Sunday’s The Best of the Best In Money and Personal Finance Carnival, so I’m going

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Drive-By Movie Review: Star Trek

This is a review of the 2009 movie Star Trek starring Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Leonard Nimoy, and Bruce Greenwood

Plot Summary: A chronicle of the early days of James T. Kirk and his fellow USS Enterprise crew members.

Me: The Internet – the final frontier. These are the movie reviews of the off-beat personal finance blog Len Penzo dot Com. Its five-year mission: to explore the wacky world of

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What Would YOU Be Willing to Do for a Million Dollars?

Several years ago I wrote a very popular post highlighting the seven deadly sins of personal finance. Of course, one of those seven deadly sins was greed.

Greed often makes people do some really crazy things they wouldn’t otherwise consider.

For example, Baker from Man Vs. Debt asked the other day if you would be willing to kill a stranger for a billion bucks.

I can honestly say that I would

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9 Reasons to Get Aggressive With Your Debt Busting

There are hundreds of reasons to get aggressive when it comes to paying down your debt. Some of these reasons are unique to individuals and their particular financial circumstances, but most cross the boundaries of personal situations to find common ground among those who owe money. While debt, in certain contexts, is not necessarily a bad thing, you don’t want it restricting or altering the way you live. That’s one of

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