Bargaineering is a personal finance blog started in 2005 by Jim Wang with the goal of educating people about the complicated topics in the personal finance world. Since then, the site has been cited numerous times in well-known publications such as The New York Times, Business Week, and appeared on American Public Media’s Marketplace Money national radio program.
The Bargaineering Philosophy
The philosophy behind Bargaineering is that life is about enjoying the things you love doing and spending time with the people you love spending time with. On the surface, it seems like this site is mostly about money – how to earn more of it, how to save it, how to spend less of it, and how to grow it; and it is, money forms the basis of many things in our lives, probably too many things! At the end of the day, whether you have $100 or $100 million, we believe that happiness comes from doing more of what you love with the people that you love.
Bargaineering is first and foremost a community of very smart people who each bring a different perspective to the money issues we face each day. As young professionals, we see everything through that lens and so it’s exceptionally valuable when readers like yourself join in the conversation because you may bring a different perspective. The best way to get involved and really connect is to comment on your favorite posts!
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Well, thank you for taking the time to learn a little about us, we’re flattered you are interested and we invite you to have fun here and post anything that ever comes to your mind. Cheers!