Here’s why you shouldn’t retire super early — even if you can

Sam Dogen, a San Francisco-based blogger at the Financial Samurai, retired in 2012 when he was 34. Despite the many […]

An Omaha waitress served Warren Buffett for 10 years—here’s what she learned from him

For the 81 years Piccolo Pete’s Italian steakhouse was open in Omaha, Nebraska, it was a neighborhood restaurant where families came to […]

Saving Lessons We Can All Learn From Millionaires

You might be surprise to know that millionaires aren’t just good at spending money, they are great at saving it […]

Seven Keys to Fatherhood, Not Friendship

My oldest grandson, Justin, has cerebral palsy. When he was in middle school, my daughter and her husband invited me […]

Family Budget – Is It Important?

Is there any need in personal family budget? Definitely. When you have some planned amount of money fixed for monthly […]

Many money habits are set by age 7

Surprising new research finds that when it comes to teaching about spending and saving, you really can’t start too soon. […]

How to Save Your Money And Your Life

  Contributed by Doug Casey, Casey Research. I think there are really only two good reasons for having a significant […]

A Letter to My Son: Financial Advice for Life

The following is a letter from Russ to his son. Dear Son, You’re seven, a great age for many reasons. […]

Over-Saving Caused the Economic Crisis

Over-Saving Caused the Economic Crisis By Tierney Sneed | U.S.News & World Report LP As the United States struggles to […]

Who Will Prosper in 2011

Rick Newman, On Tuesday December 21, 2010, 3:32 pm EST The worry lines are finally starting to fade. After 18 […]

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