Watch our Google+ hangout with personal finance writer and author Jim Wang.
In this interview, Jim Wang shares:
- Why He Started Bargaineering.com
- How Blogging About His Net Worth Every Month Helped Him Get On The Front Page of The New York Times Money Section
- The Personal Finance Blogs He Started Reading Back in 2004
- What Frugal-Living Means to Him (And What It Doesn’t Mean)
- The Goal for Saving for Retirement
- Investing Advice for Recent College Graduates
- What Websites He Visits to Find Best Prices on Traveling
- How to Choose a Stock Broker
- Why Time is More Important Than Money
- Where and When He Likes to Write
- What Inspires His Writing
- Some of His Favorite Personal Finance Bloggers
- How to Pick a Stock Broker [Video]
- True Power of Compounding Interest [Video]
- Work to Live or Live to Work [Video]
About Jim Wang
Jim Wang is the founder of Bargaineering.com and been featured in U.S. News & World Report, The New York Times, Business Week, Business Insider, as well as many other personal finance blogs.
Jim received his Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Economics from Carnegie Mellon University. He earned his Master of Science degree in Software Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University and his Master of Business Administration from Johns Hopkins University.
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