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Play Payba¢k

Payba¢k is a game designed to help teens understand the costs of college BEFORE they begin applying. We made it to address an issue many families face: Kids have no idea how much college actually costs. Parents are super uncomfortable discussing finances with their kids. So too often, nobody talks, kids apply to schools they can't afford, parents stretch themselves too thin and everyone ends up disappointed. [more inside]
posted by missjenny on Oct 25, 2017 - 5 comments

Money Magnet personal finance blog

I've helped put together a blog on personal finance. It's written by Andrew Reeves, a 28-year-old retired multimillionaire wunderkind who may or may not exist. [more inside]
posted by Nonce on Sep 21, 2017 - 2 comments

The Weekly Weird

A curated weekly newsletter/blog of mostly-tech links that are interesting, strange, surprising or funny. From the BGP Bitcoin theft in 2014 that started it to Kugelblitzes, hashmaps in Rust and licking Nintendo cartridges, the Weekly Weird is me dumping my browser tabs into an email just in time for lunchtime on Friday (EST). No politics unless the underlying story is really compelling. Subscribe here.
posted by Skorgu on Apr 29, 2017 - 1 comment

The Financial Meltdown

For any voter who wants to understand just how bizarre Wall St got in the years leading up to the financial meltdown that's still kicking our butts, this video provides a decent, somewhat entertaining explanation.
posted by robtish on Nov 2, 2012 - 1 comment

Acme Stock Valuation

A tool that allows you to valuate stocks by estimating future operating cash flows and the multiple the market pays for those cash flows. [more inside]
posted by rakish_yet_centered on Oct 14, 2011 - 0 comments

Spender - Simple Spending Tracker

Tired of all the cumbersome, complicated, and feature-heavy spending tracker apps in the iPhone App Store, I built my own. I think that 99% of people don't need to categorize their purchases or set up detailed budgets to follow the "spend less and save more" advice we've all received at one point or another. All they need is to know how much they've spent today, this past week, or over whatever time period they're interested in. Spender lets you do exactly that. All feedback is welcome and appreciated.
posted by newtux on Sep 3, 2010 - 2 comments

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