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Brian Bienkowski’s weekly column profiling the people behind Debt.com’s favorite personal finance blogs. Here’s what makes them tick and why you should read and trust their financial advice.
Not bad for a person who never heard of a 401(k).
But it wouldn’t go away until she turned and faced the truth with help from a friend.
His frugal living couldn’t save one thing, and that nearly cost him his life.
She even analyzes her smallest purchases.
From that day on he vowed to learn more about money management.
People doubt she can do it, but she has a plan.
Now his goal is to build his own financial kingdom.
His father used them, and Matt remembers them well.
She went from living alone in an empty apartment to finding success and happiness.
He also helps other military personnel improve their money management skills.
He got a late start on his career and financial goals, but he’s making a comeback.
But in order to reach his goal, he worked and saved big time — and also lived like a pauper.
He also paid it all off — but it cost him some memories.
But even with that experience, she still suffered through her own debt issues.
It’s a cliché but it worked for Lance and his wife.
And she hopes it will help other women improve their finances.
He works two full-time jobs and still makes time to write about money.
He and his wife “took action” after receiving a year-end tax document.
He made it happen by working hard and not buying into the “consumer culture.”
Now he teaches students and his former coworkers about personal finance.
He was a born saver and hustler — even if it meant cleaning up poop.
He and his wife eat healthier now and save more money.
With employment opportunities scarce for a literature major, she discovered a new calling
She stopped making excuses and started her own financial and personal revival.
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They remind the My Family On a Budget writer of his money mistakes.
It helped him adjust his lifestyle, pay off more debt and save for an emergency fund.
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He and his wife decided a retired life on the road meant more to them.
In personal finance and her favorite sport.
Here’s a hint: It takes stealth and quickness.
He prevents young lawyers from trashing their own finances for free
New York City is expensive but he and his wife make it work.
His neighbors don’t like “flashy” and he fits right in.
It wasn’t hard — all she had to do was blow up her lifestyle.
Listing priorites and values made a vacation of a lifetime happen.
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