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  • Yes, You WILL Get Social Security
    on Sep 4, 2010 in Increasing Income Investing
    This is a guest post from Robert Brokamp of The Motley Fool. Robert is a Certified Financial Planner and the adviser for The Motley Fool’s Rule Your Retirement service. He contributes one new article to Get Rich Slowly every two weeks. We hear a lo...
  • Help! My Debt Snowball Is Melting!
    on Sep 4, 2010 in Increasing Income Investing
    This post is from staff writer Sierra Black. Sierra writes about frugality, sustainable living, and getting her kids to eat kale at Childwild.com. The summer heat has taken a toll on my debt snowball. Two months ago, I paid off the last of my credit...
  • Daily Links: Holiday Weekend Edition
    on Sep 4, 2010 in Increasing Income Investing
    Labor Day weekend begins tomorrow afternoon in the U.S. It’s the traditional end-of-summer holiday, and most folks will get Monday off as a paid holiday. My own vacation is going to be a bit different: I’m going to take tomorrow off inste...
  • How Would Panhandlers Use Free Credit Cards?
    on Sep 4, 2010 in Increasing Income Investing
    Have you ever wondered what the panhandlers you see on the street would do if you actually gave them a bunch of money to spend? Like many people, I generally give my pocket change to anyone who asks. I figure that if they have to ask, they probably n...
  • Are Discounts Coming for Paying in Cash?
    on Sep 4, 2010 in Increasing Income Investing
    This post is from GRS staff writer April Dykman. A couple of weeks ago, J.D. highlighted research that showed that rewards cards cost the poor (in higher prices overall) and benefit the rich (who are more likely to use the cards). But what if retaile...
  • Ask the Readers: Financial Advice for an 18-Year-Old?
    on Sep 4, 2010 in Increasing Income Investing
    Last week, Isaac asked Get Rich Slowly readers for advice on how to handle life after grad school. He’s about to enter the workforce and needed tips on what to do until he gets his first paycheck. Isaac was very pleased with your helpful respon...
  • Action Not Words: The Difference Between Talkers and Doers
    on Sep 4, 2010 in Increasing Income Investing
    It’s Sunday morning and I should be editing articles in advance of my upcoming vacation. Instead, I just got done playing another game of Starcraft II. Since the game was released on July 27th, I’ve played many games of Starcraft II. In f...
  • Reader Story: Patience and Persistence Pay Off
    on Sep 4, 2010 in Increasing Income Investing
    This guest post from Alissa is part of the “reader stories” feature at Get Rich Slowly. Some stories contain general advice; others are examples of how a GRS reader achieved financial success — or failure. These stories feature folk...
  • I’m Not THAT J.D. Roth!
    on Sep 4, 2010 in Increasing Income Investing
    Normally, I wouldn’t post something like this at Get Rich Slowly — this is why I have a personal blog — but I’m getting a lot of tweets and e-mail from folks about a piece of ephemera that has surfaced on the internet. It seem...
  • Insurance Basics: How to Save on Insurance
    on Sep 4, 2010 in Increasing Income Investing
    This is the second part in a short series about insurance basics. Last week, I explained how insurance works. Next week (or possibly the week after), I’ll offer some tips on car insurance. Today’s article offers some general insurance tip...
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