I Will Teach You To Be Rich.
I Will Teach You To Be Rich.
Ramit Sethi, He's the New York Times bestselling author of I Will Teach You To Be Rich. A co-founded PBwiki and graduated from Stanford. And not only based on his credentials but he has many valuable points to steer people away from their financial debt. Give informative and valuable tips in what to avoid, do, say and look for in your next personal or business investment. In other words, he helps others to help themselves. Thanks is what I admire about him.
Ramit Sethi is also the author of the NYT best-selling book by the same name, and shares tips here for your career, financial management and additional income
My favorite personal finance site for Generation Y/Millenials. Straightforward and pretty funny too!!
Nice blog on finance/investing.
very good blog on entrepreneurship topics.
A blog covering personal finance (banking, saving, budgeting, and investing) and "personal entrepreneurship" designed for students, recent graduates, and other young people.
I've been teaching myself about investing and finance for the last two or three years. Although my ability to invest is very limited because I'm a full-time student, I'm learning as much as I can for when I graduate and have real money to work with. This blog is a great source of information and advice for neophytes, and has many good reminders even for people who think they know what they're doing. (One of the niftier research findings in psychology is that confidence in one's abilities tends to be higher in two circumstances: when you're extremely competent, and when you're almost imcompetent. And degree of confidence has very little correlation with actual competence, except at the very highest levels.)
I stole this link from my good friend Shirty, who I've known for over a decade but have never really discussed money with.
I unfortunately burst the balloon of a very happy friend yesterday, when my personal-finances conservatism pointed out that her goal of BMW ownership - when she has three overdue credit cards and no substantial savings - is likely not going to happen soon. People who don't listen carefully assume I'm anti-fun, or anti-buying things. Not true. I make sure to treat myself to dinner out every week or two, to expanding my DVD collection whenever a sale is on, or to upgrading my computer when it begins to chug noticeably. What I am anti- is debt, hardship and foolish spending. It's amazing how little restraint it takes to save a decent amount of money, and this website is a good inspiration for finding all your possible cut-back choices. Even saving few dollars a week can make a difference over a year's time. (As a wise man once said, enough small potatoes can fill truck.)
excellent financial advice, incredible amount of articles
Good advice, though much of it's fairly basic and common-sensical. That's what many of us need, however.
Great reference for self-sufficient individuals, guide for personal finance, entrepreneurship and banking.
This is a very big financial security blog. Seems pretty good to me.
nice blog. it actually has some good recommendations on here. funny too. stamford student.