Unconventional Financial Thinking

This article is a guest blogger submission from Julie Ali, happy stay at home mum of two elementary school boys who really loves to write. When I try to write about my unconventional financial thinking, I am forever being shot down. Family members have said that I was a fool for my ways. Other people, […]


My First Encounter with the Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT)

This article is a guest blogger submission written by ‘frugal’ and first published at 1stMillionAt33. If you like what you see, why not subscribe to his RSS feed? If you have never paid the AMT or Alternative Minimum Tax, you may not be familiar with the intricacies of this ‘other’ tax system. About 2 or […]


Save Gas With a Tune Up

This is a guest post from Andy Hough of Bank Bonuses. With the recent rise in gas prices there have been many blog posts about ways to save on gas. I decided to test how well one of these tips would actually work. Many posts suggested that keeping your car tuned up would help your […]


The Only Child Stereotype

This article is a guest blogger submission written by Chris and first published at YoungFinanceGuy. If you like what you see, why not subscribe to his RSS feed? Growing up, it was just me and my mom and dad (well, a cat too). I didn’t have any brothers or sisters. It was just us. During […]


A Small Step

This article is a guest blogger submission from Julie Ali, happy stay at home mum of two elementary school boys who really loves to write. Every time I embark on a new journey I have to remind myself to take just a small step. For example, recently, I was determined to write a novel. I […]


Leverage: The Secret of Making Big Money

This is a guest post from ‘frugal‘ and first published at 1stMillionAt33. If you like what you see here, please consider subscribing to his RSS feed. Have you wondered how some people get so incredibly rich? There’ss a saying: “You need money to make more money.” If you hear that from a poor person, it […]


Unleash Your Inner Entrepreneur on the Digital Frontier!

This article is a guest blogger submission written by Dennis of YoungMoneyBlog. If you like what you see, why not subscribe to his RSS feed? In just over a decade, the internet has revolutionized our way of life. With nearly all information becoming digitized on the net, the bricks and mortar of yesterday are quickly […]


Do You Have a Good Idea for Tax Reform?

This article is a guest blogger submission written by Jason Guthrie of the BeanCounterBlog. If you like what you see, why not subscribe to his RSS feed? The IRS defines taxpayer burden as “time and money taxpayers spend to comply with their federal tax obligations” (i.e. the average time and expense required to complete and […]


My Wife’s Shopping Tips

This is a guest post from ‘frugal‘ and first published at 1stMillionAt33. If you like what you see here, please consider subscribing to his RSS feed. Sometimes I am simply blown away by my wife’s creative saving tips when shopping. If you don’t know that merchandise at Costco is not cheap, then you don’t know […]


Getting a Puppy = Upgrading Your Lifestyle?

This is a guest post from Kira of Penny Foolish. If you like what you see here, please consider subscribing to her RSS feed. My coworker brought in her brand new puppy for Monday and Tuesday, since temporarily there was no one at home to watch her, and I instantly had adorable-thing jealously. She was […]