What Exactly is Moolanomy?
January 21, 2009
That’s a good question, one that I asked the first time I visited the site Moolanomy.com. The simple answer is “The Science of Money”. For a little more detail, we’ll take a look at man behind scenes over at Moolanomy.com.
I first started reading Moolanomy, authored by Pinyo, about a year ago and have enjoyed getting to know him through his blog. Pinyo is certainly a high achiever, cranking out quality blog posts on the topic of money, building a social media site PF Buzz, all while staying very active in the personal finance community online. Where does he find the time : ) He has quite an about page, here is a brief summary of his personal details.
Pinyo is 34, he’s married, and he has a baby boy named Gavin. He and his family live in Queens, New York, and he works as an IT manager during the day. Moolanomy is his side project to make some extra income so his wife can stay at home with their baby. Him and his wife share everything, and they believe marriage and money should be two people working together for one common financial goal. If he’s not working or blogging, he enjoys going to the movies, biking, reading, traveling, and playing chess and video games.
Check out these featured articles by Moolanomy:
- Socially Responsible Investing
- 7 Ways to Get A college Degree For Less
- 10 Baby Steps To Financial Recovery
Visit Moolanomy for more money tips, or subscribe to his feed for daily updates.
Here are some other articles I enjoyed this week:
The Digerati Life has job interview techniques for those searching for a new job in 2009
Gen X Finance explains how to roll over your 401(k) when you leave or lose your job
Lazy Man and Money reviews the book “Outliers” by Malcom Gladwell
Brip Blap analyzes the question, “Is a company too big to fail?”
My Dollar Plan explains her experience with making her first estimated tax payment
Million Dollar Journey reveals 9 ways he reduced his taxes in 2008
The Sun Financial Diary convinces us to invest in high yield dividend stocks.
Consumerism Commentary has tips for keeping your job amidst a layoff.
No Credit Needed reveals his hybrid debt reduction method called the “the debt deluge method”.
Free Money Finance reminds us to use our gift cards as quickly as possible!
Mighty Bargain Hunter got me pumped up about the resale opportunities regarding the upcoming liquidation of all Circuit City stores
Five Cent Nickel brings to our attention that your flexible spending account can be in jeopardy from a layoff..
Blueprint explains how to buy a car without getting screwed. Everyone should read this!
The Simple Dollar shows you how much your investment is really earning.
Get Rich Slowly takes a look at when it’s okay to spend your savings.
Thanks to the hosts of the recent carnivals that this site has been featured in:
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