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Get Financially Naked – HOW TO TALK MONEY with your honey – Review

This is a special guest post by Angela aka FiscalWife. She’s a busy Mom of two, a devoted wife and FiscalGeek’s Financial cohort. Don’t let her fool you, she listens to more Dave Ramsey than most of you combined. We hope to hear more from her in the coming year. It’s 1996 in beautiful Bellingham, […]

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Living Well With Bad Credit: Book Review

It’s unofficial review week here at FiscalGeek and I’m happy to be a stop on the book tour for the newly released Living Well With Bad Credit by Chris Balish and Geoff Williams. I was intrigued to learn what they might suggest for those wading their way through the FICO wasteland and was pleasantly surprised […]

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Book Review and Give Away: Your Money Ratios, 8 Simple Tools for Financial Security

I recently read Your Money Ratios: 8 Simple Tools for Financial Security by Charles Farrell. I’ll be honest, these days I read everything with an air of skepticism and although it took me several pages to get engaged I could tell I had found someone on my wave length. First a bit about Charles: He’s […]

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Book Review: America, Welcome to the Poorhouse

I recently read America, Welcome To The Poorhouse by Jane White.  I wasn’t quite sure what to expect with that slightly caustic title and I’m still not quite sure what to think after having read it.  From the cover jacket:  “America, Welcome to the Poorhouse reveals the political and economic forces that got us into […]

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