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Book Review of David Bach’s Debt Free for Life

by in Personal Finance on Feb 18th, 2011
David Bachs Debt Free for Life

Beating Broke is a blog about living a life that aims to be free of debt, and the journey of getting there.  You can drop by the Beating Broke blog to read an interview with Debt Free for Life author, David Bach, as well as a review of the debt reduction tool. If you’re […]

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Book Review & Giveaway: Power Spending, Getting More for Less

by in Personal Finance on Jan 22nd, 2011

From the moment I unpacked this book and gave it a quick once over, I was elated. Not the reaction one would expect from a personal finance book. But this book is FUN. It’s colorful and well-organized with personal anecdotes, related websites, cartoons, and highlighted tips on every page. Additionally, the information is well laid out, very useful with reader tips in every section.

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Book Review & Giveaway: The Millionaire Next Door

by in Featured on Jan 13th, 2011
The Millionaire Next Door

“The Millionaire Next Door” by Thomas J. Stanley and William D. Danko was first released in 1996, and just re-released in 2010.  The information is just as timely now as it was originally published.   This edition is a reprint of the 1996 edition with a new forward by Thomas.  I wish they would update the statistics for today, […]

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Online Entrepreneur Resources Sale & Contest Fundraiser

by in Writing Contest on Nov 29th, 2010
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It’s with great pleasure that we highlight a 72 hour sale of some of the best blogging and online entrepreneur resources we’ve ever come across.  We’re talking 23 guides, books, and courses by some of the most dedicated bloggers around.  If you add up the total costs of all products, it comes out to $1,052.  […]

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Control Your Cash Book Review And Giveaway

Control Your Cash Book review

Control Your Cash is a great personal finance book written by Yakezie beta challengers Greg McFarlane and Betty Kincaid. The book covers a range of personal finance topics – bank accounts, credit cards, credit score, investing, securities, buying a car, buying a home, budgeting, taxes and entrepreneurship.

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Book Review & Giveaway: Psych Yourself Rich

by in Product Review on Oct 16th, 2010
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About the Author Farnoosh Torabi, a journalist and finance expert, is the author of You’re So Money and has starred in SOAPnet’s Bank of Mom & Dad as a personal finance coach to young adults struggling with their finances. Her newest book, Psych Yourself Rich, addresses how Americans struggle with money because our emotions are […]

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Book Review – Fight Back Against Unfair Debt Collection Practices

Fred Williams is a business journalist who has written about debt collection for Kiplinger’s and The Buffalo News.  In 2008, he went undercover as a debt collector for 11 weeks at a collection agency near Buffalo.  In Fight Back Against Unfair Debt Collection Practices, Williams details his experiences and describes what really goes on inside […]

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Book Review & Giveaway: How Rich People Think

by in Personal Finance on Sep 18th, 2010

Steve Siebold is a public speaker who has studied the traits of successful people and is a coach on developing mental toughness. He has also consulted for several companies in the Fortune 500. In How Rich People Think, Steve compares and contrasts the middle class with the truly wealth and shares with us his findings. 100 Lessons from […]

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