My blogging buddy Anton at Dreams Cash True put together a list of his top 10 personal finance books and wants to kick start a financial literacy project with a free book giveaway.
Welcome to this week’s edition of the Yakezie carnival. If you are not familiar, the Yakezie is a wonderful community of personal finance bloggers, many of them my personal friends, with a common mission of helping our readers improve their finances. These are the submissions of this week’s community round-up. Enjoy reading and discovering these great sites with their top posts of the week.
There are plenty of things that will end your social life. Bad breath, body odor and hitting the clubs in a Storm Trooper uniform come to mind. Saving money and watching your budget should not be on the list. This is a post for all those that have drained their bank account hanging out with friends or those that have taken down their Facebook page to save a dime.
I can’t even count the number of money mistakes I’ve made in my life. Although I recently paid off my mortgage, it didn’t come easy or without making mistakes on the way.
Ah, tax time! The smell of sweaty foreheads and the twitch of nervous fingers signing a 1040 with many eraser marks.
Obviously, I’m not a millionaire (or I wouldn’t be blogging) but I do know that you can’t finish the race to 1 million dollars by not knowing the basics.
Today major sites around the web are shutting down to support efforts to kill the SOPA and PIPA bills in the US Senate and House. The Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and Protect Intellectual Property Act (PIPA) might sound good on the surface, but they threaten content producers and bloggers around the web.
Lots of spending is value driven. For the most part, if you didnt value that 4th beer on a friday night or that cup of joe before work on Tuesday, you wouldn’t spend money buying it.
This post is part of the Yakezie blog swap and was written by SB fromOne Cent At A Time. If you enjoyed this article, feel free to visit his blog and subscribe to his RSS feed.
This post is by Melissa at Mom’s Plans and is part of a Yakezie blog swap based on the topic, “What is your best go green method to save money?” You can read my post on the same topic at Melissa’s blog.
Welcome to the newest installment of the Yakezie interview series. Today, we have questions answered by Jason at Live Real Now. Jason has been making major strides cutting his debt and has chronicled the journey at his site.
For those of you blogging or reading from the United States, you are enjoying a long weekend and a Monday off of work. To celebrate the long weekend, enjoy the 4th of July (technically 3rd of July) edition of the Yakezie Carnival.