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Previously on PFBlog (September 2004)

Contributed by mm | October 1, 2004 7:47 PM PST

September passed so quickly ... my apology for only adding 21 posts; my day-to-day corporate job robbed a lot of bandwidth in the past several weeks (and that confirms my conviction to build more net worth -- financial freedom will allow for more personal freedom). Nevertheless, I hope you can still find some pieces of valuable information from this month's addition.

What Happened On PFBlog.com in September 2004

- Monthly pageview is in excess of 18,000 (although dropped from 25,000 in August)
- More than 3,335 unique visitors
- A one-sentence recap is provided for each post on the cover page for better readability.
- (On a negative note, Google Adsense income nosedived to 20% of August's level, paritially due to the declining number of posts.)

Top Posts

I cannot name 10 must-read posts out of the 21 in September, but I highly recommend you spend 15 minutes to read the following ones:

1. Philosopher's Stone
2. Are You Subsidizing Tax Breaks For The Rich?
3. Life Insurance For Your Kids: Creepy, But...
4. Check 21 Is Only One Month Away
5. Doubling Up Credit Card Rewards
6. TrueEarnings: The Better Amex/CostCo Card
7. First Impression of Microsoft Money 2005

Also, you might want to check out some other bloggers who are also sharing their respective personal finance experiences.

Friendly Links

Below are the new links I noticed this months. Thank you for the new incoming links!

- Fat Pitch Financials
- Full Metal Blog
- Capital Ideas

(If I miss anyone, please let me know.)

Now it is time to compile the September results and post my monthly summary. Until then, I appreciate if you can spread the words by sending an email to one of your friends about one of the posts above -- you can send an email right away from Mail-This-Post service at the bottom of each page. Keep tuned!

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Rrepair lvus Commented on May 29, 2017

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