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America has traditionally been the land of opportunity, the one country on earth where a person can be born to abject poverty and still dream of a day when he’ll be wealthy. Anything is possible, given enough time, desire and a bit of good luck. And in 2012, there are more millionaires than at any
If you’re looking to save money, look no further. Here is a list of websites that will offer you free financial advice, money-saving tips, and even discounts on certain items. Of course, this is only a fraction of what is available, but this list will give you a good start. An obvious one is www.annualcreditreport.com.
Spotlight: The Dough Roller put together a nice video post, which shares his mutual fund strategy during sharp declines in the stock market. Read How to Invest in Mutual Funds You’ll Keep During a Falling Market. Saving Money: 9 Ways to Save without Breaking a Sweat at brip blap 11 Fun and Frugal Summer Activities
Be sure to visit My Two Dollars for a chance to win 1-year subscription to eFinPLAN online financial planning software (a $98 value). Spotlight: Jeremy at Generation X Finance breaks down the pros and cons of investing in ETFs and Mutual Funds and helps determine which is right for you. Being Frugal: 10 Frugal Hobbies