Cyber Monday is the term used for the Monday after Thanksgiving. Retailers have counted on the Friday after Thanksgiving, Black Friday, to be their biggest day for sales (ala using say newegg codes) during the year for quite some time, and in 2004, online retailers noticed a huge increase in sales on the Monday after Thanksgiving when [...]
What are some need-to-know things about yourself? I am a hedge fund analyst in New York City, and have spent my career organizing heaps of disorganized information to come up with actionable investment recommendations. Organizing credit card offers is really no different – finding the best rewards card or best low APR card depends on [...]
What encouraged you to start The Upside of Money? I started Upside of Money around the same time as I was writing an e-book on saving every day in summer ’06. The blog was pretty primitive and it still is. I started blogging in earnest as an adjunct to my SF Examiner.com Personal Finance column [...]
What inspired you to start True Adventures in Money Hacking? I started True Adventures in Money Hacking (TAiMH) when I was a graduate student in Boston, one of the most expensive cities in the U.S. I’ve always been thrifty and crafty, but being a full-time student in Boston made those traits a necessity. I found [...]
What influenced you to start Free Family Finance? Like many people, college served as a time of significant personal growth for me. The most significant part of which was the discovery of my passion for personal finance. Previously unaware of the financial bondage that poses as status quo in our society, I stood appalled as [...]
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