BUDGETING AND ECONOMICSBen Luthi @ The Wealth Gospel writes You Might Be a Personal Finance Blogger If... - Let’s face it. We the personal finance bloggers of the Internets are a completely different breed of human beings. We spend basically all of our waking moments thinking about money and scheming new angles to take on this or that. We range from the commonsensical (that’s totally a word! yay!) to the ridiculous. Here are some fun examples of it
Michelle @ Making Sense of Cents writes How To Get A Cruise For FREE! - Cruises do not need to be expensive. There are many different ways to score a cheap or even sometimes a free vacation.
John @ firststep finance writes How To Choose The Best Auto Insurance – Part 1 - Car insurance is at the top of the totem pole for anyone who owns a vehicle. You may find yourself completely overwhelmed when you are searching for insurance. Read on to find some useful tips on how to sort through all the information so that you can get the right amount of coverage for the best price. If you drive fewer miles per year, your insurance rates will decrease. The majority of car insurance companies offer a discount for drivers who log less miles. When purchasing auto insurance fo
Alexa @ Defeat Our Debt writes Should You Take a Vacation if You’re in Debt? - Your debt is stressing you out. Work is stressing you out. And you just need a little break from the normal day to day grind.
Brad @ Enemy of Debt writes Don't be sloppy with your money: make sure to get what is due to you - I lived with debt for quite a few years before we reached a crisis point and dealt with it once and for all.
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Danielle @ TeacHer Finance writes Top 5 Ways to Save $100.00 this week, and every week - These days $100 might not seem like a lot of money but, if you are able to save $100 a week, at the end of the year you would have $5200 that you could put towards paying down debt, putting towards an emergency fund or towards your 401(k) or IRA.
Justin @ Edward Antrobus writes The Habits of the Rich, Part 2 - Unless you're part of the 1% of people that are born into wealth, there's simply no way to become wealthy by accident.
Marissa @ Finance Triggers writes What is the Legal Entity Identifier (LEI) initiative? - The Legal Entity Identifier (LEI) is a global initiative that aims to create a global reference data system that can identify each individual legal entity or structure that is party to a financial transaction, whatever its jurisdiction.
Katie @ IRA Basics writes When and How to Start IRA Withdrawals - Hopefully, when you went to open an IRA, you did so with the intention of using it for long term retirement needs.
Bob @ Dwindling Debt writes Getting ready to Grill? Here are some Tips to help you Save Money - Another Fourth of July has passed us by, heralding the start of the summer season and the grilling season as well.
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Amy @ Money Mishaps writes Windows or A/C? Annual Summer Debate - A gallon of gas is just about four dollars anywhere you go in the United States, meaning that families will be shelling out more money this summer when they hit the road for summer vacation.
Matt @ Budget Snob writes How to Meet Your Retirement Goals - Retirement is an all too elusive goal for many people today.
Jay @ Daily Fuel Economy Tip writes Do your Tires really affect your gas Mileage? - Did you know however that the size of your tires, their weight and the type of tread that they have all impact fuel efficiency as well?
Daniel @ Make Money Make Cents writes How Online Trading Platforms Work - If you're taking your very first steps as an online trader then you've probably already come across trading platforms, but you may be wondering exactly what they are and how they work.
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