Michael on October 17th, 2012
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If you have already purchased a copy of The Savings Solution, thank you! If you haven’t purchased an ebook copy, here’s your chance – for free.  Today and tomorrow (October 17 and 18), you can save on The Savings Solution on Amazon.com.

You: How much can I save?

You can save 100% of the purchase price.

You: How can you possibly make money giving away your book for free?

Through volume, of course.

You:  I don’t think that will work.

You’re right.  It won’t.

You: So what are you doing?

I am offering The Savings Solution at no cost for a few reasons:

  • To thank you, my most loyal supporters – and hopefully beneficiaries – of authentic and unbiased financial education
  • To help get the word out. While your previous referrals have undoubtedly led to thousands of additional book sales, imagine how many people will heed your advice when the book you tell them about will cost them nothing?

If you or your friends and family would still like to obtain financial education and part with some cash along the way, not to worry – either you or they can still purchase the paper version of The Savings Solution or either version of Beyond Paycheck to Paycheck.

Both books use the same conversational format, keep things light (so you can actually stay awake reading personal finance), and offer sound, realistic, practical advice that doesn’t have you negotiating with a barista or taking on a paper routes. The Savings Solution also features special bonus chapters dedicated to the two most important (and largest) purchases you’ll ever face: a car and a house.

Click below to claim your free copy of The Savings Solution:

The Savings Solution: A Conversation About Living for Today While Saving for Tomorrow (Total Candor)

by Michael B. Rubin by Wachtel & Martin
Kindle Edition ~ Release Date: 2012-04-22

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Keep it simple,

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For two days only, The eBook of The Savings Solution will be available at no cost on Amazon.com.  Saving Strategy # 4: Enjoy Free Stuff. Time to take advantage?  If so, please

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If you are looking for a job in this economy, you know it can be a nightmare. One bright spot is that your job search expenses may be tax deductible. Read my latest Turbotax Blog article, In Search of a Job? You’re Job Search Expenses May Be Deductible to find out if you are eligible to save!

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For some tax tips that work in your favor, check out my latest blog post for the Turbotax blog. It’s called When Work Pays Twice – Schedule M and the Making Work Pay Credit. Read the article and make sure you don’t pay a dime more than you have to!

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After years traveling the country teaching financial education, I am excited to announce a financial education series in my home state of New Hampshire. As you know, I am selective when picking partners and I simply couldn’t be happier with the “public-first” attitude displayed by Total Candor’s partners in this initiative:

Together, we will host three events this spring, including a March event in Durham, an April event in Manchester, and a May event in Plymouth. For more information or to register, visit this page. To watch a promo video appearing every few minutes on Public TV (take that Big Bird), click here.

Hope to see you on March 9 (or shortly thereafter)!

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Finding a new job in this economy is certainly something to celebrate – but make sure your new salary keeps working for you.  My latest Turbotax blog article is titled Switch Jobs? How to Keep the Tax Man Away from (Some of) Your New Salary.

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Another Turbotax blog article is up and it answers all the questions you may have about your IRA and how it affects your taxes. It’s called The Basics of Individual Retirement Accounts and Your Taxes. If you haven’t started contributing to an IRA, this article also tells you why contributing to an IRA is so beneficial.

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Michael on January 3rd, 2011
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My second article is up on the Turbotax blog. It’s called It’s Never Too Early: Five 2011 Tax Tips and includes helpful advice like how you can lower your tax bill and save for retirement at the same time! Read it here and prepare yourself for 2011.

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Michael on November 22nd, 2010
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Although your 2010 taxes aren’t due until April 15, 2011, you pay taxes all year long.  So it’s never too early to brush up on your tax knowledge. I’ll be writing periodically for the Turbotax blog.  Check out my first article there titled What is the Capital Gains Tax?

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Michael on November 9th, 2010
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I recently read an article at collegecrunch.org called 10 Things College Students Should Know About Credit Cards. Credit card companies prey on college students – read, and protect yourself from unnecessary and dangerous debt.

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Michael on October 25th, 2010
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Knowing your contribution limits is important. If you can afford it, you should maximize your 401(k) contribution every year. Check out the article I wrote on my About.com Retirement site about this year’s 401(k) contribution limits.

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