I received news that I'll be saving around $10-12 a year and I'm mad about it. It looks like Time Warner is closing down the Business 2.0 magazine. It was my favorite of three magazine that I subscribe to - the other two being Men's Health and Money. Perhaps I'll have to start reading Tech Crunch instead. Let me know if you have any suggestions. In the meantime here are a couple of articles that I really liked recently.
- Dating Down - My wife makes more than me, so this article from My Open Wallet hit home. Before we dated she ended up buying a cheaper car than what she wanted simply because she didn't want intimidate men. I don't get it, but maybe that's because I'm a gold digger ;-).
- Mint Review - Birds and Bills really has a nice comprehensive review of Mint.com. I was going to write a review (and I still might), but at this point, this encompasses just about every opinion I had when testing the beta.
- Paperless Finance - We watched An Inconvenient Truth the other night and the environment is at the front of my mind. I can do better with my paperless finance and need to devote an hour or two to refining a system that works for me.
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