This is a guest post from Chris Guillebeau, author of The $100 Startup, available from Amazon.com or your favorite local bookstore. You can also read his free blog at ChrisGuillebeau.com. Guillebeau is a long-time reader and supporter of GRS and one of J.D.’s good friends. You’ve probably heard the line about following your passion to [...] Read More »
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Personal finance experts Ken and Daria Dolan of Dolans.com share what you really need to know about your rights as a taxpayer … the rights that will help you actually deal with the IRS should you get that dreaded letter or phone call from the IRS about a tax matter. Read More »
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Homes are affordable and mortgage rates are low. Are your finances ready for the leap? Read More »
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Can you receive financial aid with two working parents? Learn whether you can receive financial aid with two working parents. Read More »
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One common request from new GRS readers is some sort of central location where they can find a list of introductory articles to guide their progress. This is a great idea, and I’m working on it. Some of the GRS elves are working on a “Guide to Money” that will provide some of this info, [...] Read More »
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Is race a factor in college admissions or are people considered on an equal basis? Find out if race is a factor in college admissions. Read More »
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You (or Warren Buffett) can give to the government to help pay off public debt. Read More »
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Filed under: Market News, Personal FinanceAnother week, another selloff, another nauseating bout of volatility: The Dow Jones Industrial Average suffered its fourth straight week of losses, and Friday marked the tenth session this month featuring a 100-point swing. What's the average investor to do? Revisit Your Strategy Take a deep breath and revisit the reason you invested in stocks in the firs Read More »
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It’s been a l-o-n-g time since I shared fun finance videos on a Saturday morning. And I’m way behind on highlighting some of my favorite videos from this year’s Get Rich Slowly video contest. Today I’m going to kill two birds with one stone. Back in May, Kevin McKee won the “personal finance tips” category [...] Read More »
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When Congress passed the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, it meant millions of working taxpayers started receiving little bit more money in their paychecks. By year’s end, people who qualified had received $400 for singles and $800 for married couples. But here’s the rub … Personal finance experts Ken and Daria Dolan of Dolans.com explain how the law contained some serious mistak Read More »
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