Personal Finance

Money Management: My Journey to Millions

As we continue with week 6 of Money Management by Personal Finance Bloggers, let’s take a look at the habits of My Journey to Millions. Previous interviews: The Amateur Financier, Poorer Than You, Budgets are $exy, Blunt Money, Mighty Bargain Hunter, Financial Freak Show, PT Money, Moolanomy, No Debt Plan, ToughMoneyLove and Gen X Finance. […]

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Money Management: The Amateur Financier

Welcome to week 6 of Money Management by Personal Finance Bloggers! First up, we chatted with Roger of The Amateur Financier. Previous interviews: Poorer Than You, Budgets are $exy, Blunt Money, Mighty Bargain Hunter, Financial Freak Show, PT Money, Moolanomy, No Debt Plan, ToughMoneyLove and Gen X Finance. How do you spend: cash, debit or […]

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Money Management: Poorer Than You

With our second interview of week 5 of Money Management by Personal Finance Bloggers, we’re talking to Stephanie of Poorer Than You. Previous interviews: Budgets are $exy, Blunt Money, Mighty Bargain Hunter, Financial Freak Show, PT Money, Moolanomy, No Debt Plan, ToughMoneyLove and Gen X Finance. How do you spend: cash, debit or credit? I […]

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Money Management: Budgets are Sexy

It’s time to start week 5 of Money Management by Personal Finance Bloggers! Today, we’re speaking with J. Money, who runs Budgets are $exy. Previous interviews: Blunt Money, Mighty Bargain Hunter, Financial Freak Show, PT Money, Moolanomy, No Debt Plan, ToughMoneyLove and Gen X Finance. How do you spend: cash, debit or credit? As much […]

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Money Management: Blunt Money

Continuing week 4 of Money Management by Personal Finance Bloggers, today we’re talking to Blunt Money of BluntMoney.com. Previous interviews: Mighty Bargain Hunter, Financial Freak Show, PT Money, Moolanomy, No Debt Plan, ToughMoneyLove and Gen X Finance. How do you spend: cash, debit or credit? Almost always credit. Do you bank online? How about use […]

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Money Management: Mighty Bargain Hunter

We’re starting week 4 of Money Management by Personal Finance Bloggers, and today we’re talking to Mighty Bargain Hunter, who writes at the site of the same name. Previous interviews: Financial Freak Show, PT Money, Moolanomy, No Debt Plan, ToughMoneyLove and Gen X Finance. How do you spend: cash, debit or credit? Usually credit, sometimes […]

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Money Management: Financial Freak Show

Continuing week 3 of Money Management by Personal Finance Bloggers, today we’re talking to Financia, who writes at Financial Freak Show. Previous interviews: PT Money, Moolanomy, No Debt Plan, ToughMoneyLove and Gen X Finance. How do you spend: cash, debit or credit? I only use debit or cash. Mostly debit but I always carry cash. […]

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Money Management: PT Money

It’s week 3 of our series of Money Management by Personal Finance Bloggers, and today we’re talking to PT Money of the blog of the same name. Previous interviews: Moolanomy, No Debt Plan, ToughMoneyLove and Gen X Finance. How do you spend: cash, debit or credit? I use my debit card most of the time. […]

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Money Management: Moolanomy

In our second interview in the Money Management by Personal Finance Bloggers this week, we’re talking to Pinyo, owner of Moolanomy. (Other interviews: No Debt Plan, ToughMoneyLove and Gen X Finance.) How do you spend: cash, debit or credit? I use cash, EFT, and credit. But for the most part, everything goes on credit cards. […]

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Money Management: No Debt Plan

We’re continuing on with our series on Money Management by Personal Finance Bloggers, after last week’s look at Gen X Finance and ToughMoneyLove. Today, we’re chatting with No Debt Plan, of the site of the same name. How do you spend: cash, debit or credit? Mostly credit, but more recently due to a great local […]

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Money Management: ToughMoneyLove

Continuing our series on Money Management by Personal Finance Bloggers, today we’re talking to ToughMoneyLove, who blogs at the site of the same name. Yesterday, we chatted with Jeremy of Generation X Finance. Mr. ToughMoneyLove, who has one of the best “about” pages I’ve ever seen, writes at http://toughmoneylove.com and http://gotoretirement.com. How do you spend: […]

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Money Management: Generation X Finance

Everyone manages their money a little bit differently — but how do the people who love to write about it doing it? Today, we’re going to begin a series on Money Management by Personal Finance Bloggers, highlighting prominent bloggers and how they manage their finances. I asked members of the MoneyBlogNetwork forums questions about their […]

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Change Your Attitudes to Change Your Finances

As someone who works hard at self-improvement on many levels, I’m always mindful of useful aphorisms to help foster growth. One good one is that “actions dictate outcomes, but thoughts dictate actions.” In personal finance as in the rest of life, how you think determines how you act, and consequently, the results you get. Quite […]

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