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My Finovate Scorecard Winners Plus Snarky Tweet Highlights

The Finovate conference for spring 2013 just wrapped up in San Francisco, and the audience selected their 5 favorites from a line-up of 72 financial technology innovators. As one of the presenters, I was barred from casting a formal vote, but I did keep an informal grade sheet as I watched my colleagues up on stage.

Crowdfunding Startups Pose New Competition to Commercial Lenders

In the math that sums up commercial lending, there are borrowers and there are the traditional lenders, banks. This week at FinovateSpring, members of a third element that could upset the simple equation, crowdfunding, showed their stuff.

Welcome to TiE50 Awards

TiE50 Awards for Best Start up Companies

1.02 mi run

Can't stop. Won't stop. I covered some serious distance. Map your runs with Nike+.

Seth Godin on Building a Daily Practice & Not Waiting for Moods

Lots of us are willing to work when we're feeling inspired, but what about when you're not? According to Seth Godin, the true creative professional distinguishes himself by doing work even when he's not in the mood.

Would You Stoop To Pick Up Fifty Dollars?

A few years ago one, it was popular to say that a super-rich billionaire like Bill Gates wouldn't stoop to pick up a $100 bill because it wasn't worth his time. I feel relatively certain that this wasn't true, of course. Later I did hear a true story about Warren Buffet who stooped to pick up a single penny.

22 Quick Tips to Save Money Camping | Bargain Babe

Camping is a frugal vacation, cheaper than spending money on hotels and eating in restaurants, certainly. But if you're not careful, camping comes with hefty start-up costs to sleep comfortably in the great outdoors and protect yourself from the elements.

Personal Finance Blog of the Week - Not Made of Money | Quizzle.com Blog

Written by a husband and wife team, Not Made of Money teaches its readers about how to save money, utilize coupons effectively, and live a debt-free life. What's not to like here? Started way back in 2006 with the post 50 Homemade Gift Ideas - From Around The Web, Mr. and Mrs.

10 Tips to Curb Impulse Spending - Financial Highway

Impulse buying is something we've all done. Maybe it was a glossy magazine in the checkout line or a pair of shoes being offered at a price you "couldn't pass up". These small, irrelevant items that find their way into your shopping cart can add up quickly.

On May 14 and 15, Finovate returned to San Francisco with FinovateSpring 2013, a two-day showcase of cutting-edge financial and banking technology innovations from leading established companies and hot new startups. Almost 1,300 attendees joined us at the San Francisco Design Center Concourse to watch as they unveiled their latest and greatest financial technology live on stage.

Finovera is a perfect complement to online banking. The integrated experience of viewing and paying bills at the same time increases customer satisfaction and retention, helps lower service costs and deepens relationships between customer and service providers to maximize the wallet share.

DECREASE YOUR SPENDING Live below your means. This one seems obvious, but so many people do not follow it. Think big purchases when applying this! If you purchase a house for $200K with 5% down then you will pay $1018 every month for 30 years before you own that house.

52 Different Ways to Save $100 This Year: Ditch Your Landline {Week 21} | Money Saving Mom®

In July of 2010, we ditched our landline for a year. It saved us $15 per month -- and countless minutes of dealing with telemarketers! :) It was really freeing to do it, although I readily admit it was also a little weird since we'd always had a landline.

Top 8 Mistakes Investors Make

If you've been considering investing, you know it's a scary world to get into. How do you know what's right and what's wrong when so much of it adds up to luck? Well thankfully, our partner site DailyWorth has figured out a few of the most commonly made

How Smart a Home BUYER Are You?-Kiplinger

The more you know about the home-buying process, the more money, time and hassle you'll save. Take our quiz.

For many of us, our worldview changes the instant we become parents. When your firstborn child enters the world, you simply can't think of your own goals and interests first. Rather, you have the new and more significant responsibilities of caring for your child. This includes financial responsibilities for the child as well.

Is My Emergency Fund Too Big?

Isn't personal finance exciting? I know, I know, it really is, and sometimes I can hardly contain myself. On Friday, I wrote a fun little piece called "Question Of The Week: Should I Pay Down My Student Loans ?", and I got some great responses and answers from my awesome readers.

Credit Card Basics: Everything You Should Know

The credit card is one of the most divisive products among all the financial tools available. Ask around and you're sure to find people who pay all their expenses using credit cards as well as others who swear the products are the embodiment of pure evil.

Seven Best Podcasts on Personal Finance - Finovera

Podcasts can be the ultimate learning tool for people indulged into multitasking. You can make good use of the time you spend jogging, commuting or any such activity by increasing your knowledge in personal finance. So, you want to learn but don't know which podcasts are really useful.

- 1st Annual Top Money Guru Poll - Bargaineering

I've never been one to do "best of" or "award" types of posts but I thought it might be fun to find out, from you guys, the money expert you think should be given Bargaineering's 1st Annual Top Money Guru award.

Strategies to Avoid Slipping Back Into Debt

For a couple that recently paid off a giant pile of consumer debt, the months after reaching zero can be a bit of a dangerous time. The time that we spent in full-on debt reduction mode was filled with sacrifice and boredom, and we both emerged with some serious withdrawal.

Breadwinner Moms

Released: May 29, 2013 Mothers Are the Sole or Primary Provider in Four-in-Ten Households with Children; Public Conflicted about the Growing Trend Chapter 1: Overview A record 40% of all households with children under the age of 18 include mothers who are either the sole or primary source of income for the family, according to a new Pew Research Center analysis of data from the U.S.

My top 10 curation tools - Living Business

RebelMouse organizes your online presence into a beautiful, dynamic and social site - in minutes. This is my ultimate business lifestream featuring thoughts on the living of business and the business of living including tools and tactics for transformational thought leaders and thought leadership. Everything I share online ends up here...

7 Must Have Accessories For Running (or Walking)

6 Flares Pin It Share 6 Twitter 0 Facebook 0 StumbleUpon 0 Reddit 0 Google+ 0 6 Flares × Though I completed a half-marathon last year, I have never been too serious about running and walking. I've had tons of excuses - some are legit, like my knee issues - but others were just me being lazy.