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Greatest Hits

For those who are new to my website or haven’t read everything, here are some of my favorite and/or most popular articles (in no particular order):

Here is a recap of the top articles from 2008: Cash Money Life – A 2008 Retrospective.

Multi-Part Series:

Personal Finance:

To Save You Money:

To Make You Laugh:

To Make You Think:

  • Is A Job Worth Your Life?- some of the highest paying jobs are also the most dangerous.
  • Credit Cards and GunsCredit cards a guns are both very similar – they are wonderful tools when used properly, but can have devastating results when misused.

Sports Money:

Guest posts:

  • The 5 Worst Credit Card Practices – Featured at Five Cent Nickel. Credit card companies are not always known for being friendly to your wallet. These common practices can cost consumers a lot of money! Published June 26, 2007.
  • Six Streams of Income – Featured at Moolanomy. Alternative income streams are a great way to increase your overall income and reduce your reliance on your main source of income, usually your day job. Published Dec 15, 2007.
  • Diets and Budgets – Featured at Mrs. Micah. Diets and budgets have quite a few things in common – they are both road maps to get you where you need to go. But you should also allow for a detour every now and then. Published February 7, 2008.
  • Sharpen Your Soft Skills – Featured at Brip Blap. Soft skills are the intangibles that you use every day to accomplish tasks. Communication skills, leadership skills, and teamwork are some common skills that employers screen for when interviewing job applicants. To put it simply, improving your soft skills increases your chances of being hired and keeping your job. Published May 19, 2008.
  • Financial Checklist for New Parents – Featured at Bargaineering.com. This article covers a checklist of financial topics new parents need to address both before and after becoming parents. Published July 22, 2009.
  • Got the Christmas Debt Blues? – Featured at No Debt Plan. This article covers ways to more quickly eliminate credit card debt. Published Feb 2, 2010.
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