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Money Under 30 provides common sense advice on saving and investing, getting out of debt, spending wisely, entrepreneurship, and other personal finance topics for the young and ambitious

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  • Five Easy Financial Resolutions for 2009
    on Dec 30, 2008 in Personal Finance
    A fresh year on the calendar or not, resolutions are hard to keep. Whether the target weakness is overeating, undersweating, or overspending, temptation is everywhere and old habits die hard. But if you want to make some positive changes to your bott...
  • BankAround.com Lets You “Shop” For Banks
    on Dec 30, 2008 in Personal Finance
    I’m excited to announce a new project I am involved in that could revolutionize the way we choose our checking accounts and CDs: BankAround.com. What is BankAround? Put simply, BankAround is a comparison shopping Web site for banks. Just like..
  • The Best Credit Card Offers for Young People (Update)
    on Dec 29, 2008 in Credit
    Last December I wrote this post entitled the “best credit cards for young people in 2007.” I decided to update it for 2008/2009, as things have changed dramatically in the credit card lending market. Many of the cards that were the bes
  • What Are Your (Financial) Resolutions?
    on Dec 29, 2008 in Misc. Announcements
    Okay, everybody…it’s New Year’s resolution time! Do you have a financial resolution for 2009? Plan to pay off a credit card, save up for a vacation, boost your emergency fund, or buy a home? What is it, and how will you get t
  • Beware Loan Modification Scams
    on Dec 24, 2008 in Debt Help Real Estate
    Loan modification companies are sprouting up left and right to take advantage of embattled home owners at risk of foreclosure. If this includes you; watch out. Some loan modification companies are nothing but down and dirty scams. Legitimate loan mo...
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