Now that I’m done with the bulk of the work on Your Money: The Missing Manual, I can start doing many of the things I used to do. Like provide monthly summaries for Get Rich Slowly.
In some ways, January was a strange month around here. For one thing, I think this was the month with the fewest posts since I started the site; there were only three days with more than one post. Yet I don’t feel like this was a bad thing. In fact, I felt like there were some fantastic conversations in January. (What do you think? Are you okay with the one-post-a-day thing? Or would you prefer to see more?)
Here are some of the best articles from this month:
- January 4th: 10 steps to financial success in 2010
- January 6th: Invest in your most important income-produing asset (by Robert B.)
- January 7th: The best time to buy almost everything (by April)
- January 13th: What the new credit card law means to you (by Adam J.)
- January 18th: Break out of your comfort zone to achieve success (a guest post from Flexo)
- January 25th: Great lessons from great men
- January 27th: Does renting make sense?
The blog isn’t the only part of this site. If you have burning questions about personal finance, one of the best places to get answers is the Get Rich Slowly discussion forum, which just got a fresh coat of paint.
The forum is a great place to chat with your fellow readers. Have questions about emergency funds? Ask! Want to chat about cheap vacations? This is the place to do it. The forums have over 3400 registered users and over 44,500 posts.
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