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Free Personal Finance eBook from The Simple Dollar

A few years ago, Trent of The Simple Dollar wrote a post in which he boiled down all the salient points of personal finance onto five business cards. Well this week he converted those five business cards to a page and then fleshed it out with an 49-page eBook behind it… all of which are absolutely free.

The book focuses on five core ideas: Spend less than you earn, earn more, live frugal, manage your money, and control your own destiny. Then, through a mix of original content and posts previously published on his site, Trent gives you concrete applicable ideas with those core ideas in mind. The largest section is the frugality section, where he lists 100 tips previously seen on his site.

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Introducing the College Grad Money Guide

Visitors to the website will notice something new at the top of the sidebar, it’s a little covershot of a free ebook I wrote titled College Grad Money Guide. The College Grade Money Guide is a five-step guide for new (and recent) college graduates entering the working world for the first time. It discusses everything from opening up bank accounts and setting up bill pay to discussions of 401(k) and Roth IRAs to budgets and housing, all packed into thirteen pages. I give enough detail for you understand what’s going on but for more you’ll have to dig deeper through other resources… best of all it’s absolutely free. Simply follow the instructions on the College Grad Money Guide download instructions page for how to download the ebook.

If you are reading this from your RSS reader or via email, you already have access! Simply look at the bottom of this article for a Download College Grad Money Guide link and its yours.


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Money Matters for All Ages

What do you get when sixteen personal finance bloggers get together and produce an e-book titled Money Matters for All Ages? You get a forty-two page compendium of posts applicable to anyone and everyone, regardless of your age, income level, or personal finance “maturity.” It’s really a great little package starting as young as “infant” (it’s really suggestions for parents to do on behalf of their children, such as open up high yield savings accounts) and as old (or good, if you prefer) as “retirees.” It has all sorts of active links, just as the original posts did, as well as the original pictures.

So, head on over to My Two Dollars and download your copy of Money Matters for All Ages today. Kudos to everyone for all their hard work.


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