Archive for June 2015

“Frugal” is not a dirty word

Written by Richard Barrington - 9 Comments

My wife and I were talking recently about a June 5, 2015, New York Times article that described the lifestyle of “Millionaires Who Are Frugal When They Don’t Have to Be.” It got me thinking about the word “frugal.” It will probably never be a sexy concept, but neither does it have to seem like […]

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Published on June 30th, 2015
Modified on June 15th, 2015 - 9 Comments
Filed under: Frugality,House & Home,Planning,Real Estate,Retirement,Travel
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7 financial lessons recent college grads still need

Written by Richard Barrington - 3 Comments

Around this time of the year, new college graduates are leaving their schools with a wealth of knowledge. At the end of their four (or six, or eight…) years of college, graduates have typically tackled a wide range of academic subjects, often with an impressive degree of complexity. Unfortunately, one type of lesson many of […]

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Published on June 15th, 2015
Modified on June 4th, 2015 - 3 Comments
Filed under: Banking,Credit Cards,Debt Reduction,Saving & Investing,Working
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