Get Ready for Free Financial Advice from Kiplinger and the NAPFA on Friday, January 30, 2009

Tweet Free Advice From Financial Planners on January 30, 2009 Kiplinger is partnering with the National Association of Personal Financial Advisors for an event called Jump-Start Your Retirement Plan Days. Through this event you’ll have access to fee-only financial planners that are ready to take your questions. From saving for retirement, paying off debt, or even […]

New Jersey Bill to Require Personal Finance 101 for High School Seniors

Tweet It only takes a global financial meltdown to introduce financial education to young people. That’s comforting. A new bill is in the works that will create a three year pilot program to require a finance basics course for high school seniors in six New Jersey school districts. It would cover some basics such as writing […]

How to File Your Taxes for Free – Free Tax Software and E-File


Tweet Free E-File for Federal Taxes As if paying taxes isn’t bad enough, having to pay just to complete and file your taxes is a real pain. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could file your taxes for free? The good news is in many cases, you can. That’s right, you could qualify to complete […]

How to Prepare a Salad to Last All Week for Just a Few Dollars

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Tweet A Fresh Salad Every Day of the Week With Little Effort Nothing says fresh and healthy like a salad. But if your life is a little hectic and you find it difficult to find the time to prepare a salad among other items for dinner, you’re not alone. Even if you do have time, […]

Slow Economy Has More People Learning How to Cook

Tweet People Are Eating Out Less and Learning to Cook at Home When it comes to your budget, one of the biggest expenditures is often food. We all need food on a daily basis, and if you are cooking for a family, this can be especially taxing on your budget. But, food is also one […]

Five Things That a Generation X Financial Planner Did, That You Can Too


Tweet This is a guest post from Jeff Rose, an Illinois Certified Financial Planner(TM) and co-founder of Alliance Investment Planning Group. He is also the author of Good Financial Cents, a financial planning and investment blog. You can also learn more about Jeff at his website JeffRose Financial. Turning the age of 30, I now reflect back at some […]