How to Shop for Fitness Equipment this New Year

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Tweet Finding the Right Fitness Equipment for the New Year Like many Americans, I have a New Year’s Resolution that involves physical fitness.  After all, one of the best investments you can make is to invest in yourself. I want to make working out a part of my daily routine in 2011.  There is one […]

Finding Luxury Designer Goods at Low Prices

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Tweet We all know how good it feels to find luxury brand items at bargain prices.  In fact, we may be called frugal by everyone that knows us but we also enjoy products that are attractive, long lasting, and have less of a negative impact on the environment.  Those factors, along with our tight budget, […]

What the Tax Cut Extension Bill Means for You

Tweet If you pay attention to any news you’re probably aware of all the tax bill talk that’s been going on for the last few weeks. At one time it looked like it was going to pass without issue, then Democrats were upset about some of the features and vowed to block it. Then it […]

How to Be a Battle Buddy to Your Family

Tweet This is a guest post by Jeff Rose. Jeff Rose is 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 and his currently working on his first book entitled Soldier of Finance.  Welcome to one of […]

Five Year-End Financial Moves for a Better New Year

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Tweet It should come as no surprise that the new year is a time of reflection and setting new goals for ourselves. Sometimes it’s a vow to be healthier, or maybe you will finally pay off that nagging credit card balance, but whatever it is we always seem to use January 1st as some sort […]

Hosting a Holiday Cookie Swap

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Tweet A few years ago, I had the privilege of attending a holiday cookie swap at a friend’s house and have wanted to write about it ever since.  It was a marvelous spread filled with cookies of every size, shape, and flavor. The rules of the swap were actually very easy.  Bake a plate of […]

Love and Money Between Parents and Children

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Tweet Parents want children to be financially independent when they turn into adults. Children want it as well, associating adulthood with financial independence. “I [began to think of myself as an adult] maybe when I was like 20,” said one young woman. “And really, like, got out of my parents’ house and started, like, living, […]

The Cash Flow Statement: Where Your Income Meets Your Outgo

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Tweet Welcome to the final act in our financial statement trilogy, spanning multiple blogs and reaching its thrilling conclusion here on Generation X Finance. Money Under 30 ran our post on the income statement, and Sweating the Big Stuff followed suit with the balance sheet last Friday. Today, we present the cash flow statement. This […]