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$5,072.34

That's $700 billion divided by approximately 138 million U.S. taxpayers. That would sure put the year's previous stimulus tax rebate to shame. (Remember that? Guess it didn't work.) Just sayin'. … [Read more...]

New Feature: Email Notification of Follow-up Comments

I'm pleased to announce that I have just added the option for readers to to receive email notifications of follow-up comments to any post that you comment on! Just check the box before submitting your comment! You will only receive emails for … [Read more...]

I'm Off For a Week

I just wanted to drop everybody a note to let you know that I'm leaving tomorrow for a week in Croatia and Bosnia, and won't be posting for that time. I may be able to get up a couple of guest posts next week, but I can't promise it...so my apologies … [Read more...]

What Do You Want to Read About? (Regarding Money)

I want your help! While I have no shortage of ideas for blog posts here at Money Under 30, I too often focus on topics that I'm interested in, but maybe you are not. Please give me some feedback -- in a comment or via my contact form -- to help me … [Read more...]

Money Under 30 Has a New Logo

I would like to thank Casey Thomas for designing Money Under 30's new logo. Though I have taken this blog through several design iterations, I always just typed out Money Under 30 in the header. I always wanted a logo, but never could come up with … [Read more...]

Software Updates Today and Tonight

Today (Feb. 4, 2008), MoneyUnder30 will be undergoing a long-overdue backup and update to the version of Wordpress used to power the site. If the site looks really funky, this is why. I apologize for any inconvenience. Thank you. David. … [Read more...]

My Favorite 50 Personal Finance Websites of 2007

I love “best of” year-end countdowns, so I decided to write one of my own: My favorite 50 personal finance websites of 2007! … [Read more...]

A Showcase of What Personal Finance Blogging is All About

Credit Card Lowdown recently published an impressive list of the 100 Most Inspiring Personal Finance Turnaround Stories Online which includes this site. … [Read more...]

Living on $10 an Hour, America's Income Gap, New Yorker Spending, and More

What does it like to live on $10 an hour? Is America's income gap good or bad? How much is a dollar worth in Manhattan? This month, New York Magazine has written a provocative series on money in New York. A Hard Earned Life, my favorite article, … [Read more...]

Personal Finance Posts from the Problogger Group Writing Project

This week, Problogger.net hosts a group writing project featuring “how to” blog posts from around the globe. Along with Money Under 30’s post Ex-Car Salesman Tells All: How to Beat the Auto Dealerships at Their Own Game, here are some noteworthy contr … [Read more...]