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The Five Greatest Financial Board Games #3: Modern Art

To celebrate the week before Christmas (and give you a few great last minute gift ideas), The Simple Dollar is reviewing five board games that

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The Richest Man in Babylon: The Five Laws of Gold

What can possibly be learned about modern finance from a book first published in 1926, you ask? What is so worthwhile about The Richest Man

12.20.06
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Building a Better Blog: The Mini Audience

Once you’ve figured out who your audience is, it becomes much easier to determine whether or not content is appropriate for your site. The simple

12.19.06
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The Simple Dollar’s Detailed Tipping Strategy

Inspired by Personal Finance Advice’s discussion of tipping, I felt that it was appropriate to discuss my own strategy for tipping, which revolves around one

12.19.06
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25 Gadgets That Actually Save Money

I admit it: I’m a gadget addict. I like little devices that do neat things. At the same time, I also like to save money.

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The Five Greatest Financial Board Games #4: Monopoly

To celebrate the week before Christmas (and give you a few great last minute gift ideas), The Simple Dollar is reviewing five board games that

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The Richest Man in Babylon: Seven Cures for a Lean Purse

What can possibly be learned about modern finance from a book first published in 1926, you ask? What is so worthwhile about The Richest Man

12.19.06
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Building a Better Blog: Search Engine Optimization Doesn’t Matter

Some of you are probably sitting there stunned right now. Without search engine placement, it’s very hard for a site to get a lot of

12.18.06
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Why New Year’s Resolutions Fail (Especially Financial Ones) – And How You Can Make Yours Succeed

For years and years, I would make a series of New Year’s resolutions in the days leading up to January 1. These would be full

12.18.06
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Need To Give, But Can’t Afford Anything? Three Timeless Free Christmas Gifts

There are times in our lives when we simply don’t have the money to afford to buy Christmas gifts for everyone that we want to

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The Five Greatest Financial Board Games #5: The Game of Life

To celebrate the week before Christmas (and give you a few great last minute gift ideas), The Simple Dollar is reviewing five board games that

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The Richest Man in Babylon: Overview

What can possibly be learned about modern finance from a book first published in 1926, you ask? What is so worthwhile about The Richest Man

12.18.06
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Building a Better Blog: Leverage the Past

Once you’ve reached a point where you have a healthy number of posts, you’ll find that even your best, most original ideas overlap with ideas

12.17.06
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Comparing Warehouse Shopping Chains… And How You Can Get In For Free!

As a regular patron of Sam’s Club (mostly due to proximity), I can emphatically say that I’m a fan of warehouse club stores. I’ve also

12.17.06
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Building a Better Blog: Guide Your Users

I like to write long posts. I’ve discovered that length doesn’t matter, so I write and write to my heart’s content until I feel like

12.16.06
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Post-Christmas Thank You Notes: How To Have Good Manners and Look Creative With Little Expense

My family is starting a tradition of writing thank you notes for all gifts received. We’ve received thank you notes from others after giving gifts

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When Should I Begin Investing?

Lots of people who begin putting their financial house in proper order quickly begin to wonder when they should start investing in high-return items with

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Feeling Good and Overcoming The Desire To Spend

When I look back over the biggest spending splurges in my lifetime (excepting those that were carefully planned), all of them have one major factor