Do not forget, this is a blog and not a regular website. Here I can certainly give some personal touch at times. When I get bored of reviewing products, I want to cover other aspects of personal finance. In future, I am going to highlight certain financial aspects which are equally important as reading the reviews.
Today I am again going to list some good reads around the financial blogosphere. I think you should read them and get benefited.
The Amateur Financier Reviews the book Eat that Frog.
Jason at Work Save Live wants to sell his wife’s wedding ring (??!!!) should he sell his wife’s wedding ring?
Tackling Our Debt lists all the coupons sites in US and Canada. Book mark worthy page.
Evolving Personal Finance has a good point on calculating net worth.
Add-vodka presents some Tips for interns and newbies.
Free Financial Adviser talking about allowance and overprotective parents. Good ideas for the parents.
Cult of Money asks a question if you know your blog visitors (aka Customers) and tells us to Segment visitors for fun and profit.
Simple Island Living talks about Cost of moving across the ocean.
See Debt Run throws in an important question, would you fix your household electricity problems yourself?
Small Budget Big Dreams gave some good tips for home buying.
Joyful Self manager talks about Self Management – Strategies for Handling Verbal Confrontations
Free From broke presents Visa® Black Card Review – A Carbon Card That’s Expensive But Full of Benefits
Money Spruce presents Money Rules Book Review: A Quick Guide to Finances.
My Dollar Plan presents Unveiling The Retirement Myth: Book Review.
Carnival of Retirement at Passive Income to Retire.
Carnival of MoneyPros at Beating Broke and Financially Consumed.
Yakezie Carnival at Watson Inc. and Money Q and A
Money Reasons – Yakezie Carnival – The Early Spring Jump Edition!
Thousandaire – Carnival of Money Pros #4 Scramble With Friends
20′s Finances – Financial Carnival of Young Adults
Passive Income to Retire – Yakezie Carnival, April fool’s edition
Step Away From The Mall - Carnival of Financial Camaraderie
Tackling Our Debt - Carnival of Retirement
Canadian personal Finance – Carnival of Personal Finance
Don’t Mess with taxes – Tax carnival
Did I miss the carnival hosted by you? Comment below and you’ll be included! That’s all for today, have a wonderful rest of the week-end.
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