Carnival of MoneyPros – (Step Away from your computer and go outside- Edition)

by Marissa on May 4, 2013 · 56 comments

Roger Wohlner @ The Chicago Financial Planner writes Target Date Funds: 6 Considerations Before Investing – Target Date Funds are a popular option in many 401(k) plans. Here are 6 considerations to think about when deciding whether Target Date Funds are right for you.

SB @ One Cent at a Time writes How Much Debt Is Too Much Debt – Most people have some kind of debt. It might be a mortgage, an auto loan, a student loan, or even a credit card balance. Having debt isn’t a bad thing as long as you are taking steps to pay it off. It’s having too much debt that can cause an unhealthy financial life.

Deacon @ Well Kept Wallet writes Save Money With A Refillable K Cup for Your Keurig – I drink coffee almost every day and it can be an expensive habit. If you own a Keurig, which is a single cup coffee maker, then you know how pricey it can be for just one cup of coffee. I was at a Starbucks yesterday and a 12 pack of Pikes Place K-cups was $11.95 which comes out to about $1 per cup of coffee.

Michelle @ Making Sense of Cents writes Should I Pay Off My House Early? – Pros and Cons – Should we pay off our house early? What about the next house? Don’t worry guys, we haven’t bought our next house just yet. We’re keeping our current one for at least another 12 months. However, we have been thinking about whether we should pay off our current house quickly (we have been debating whether we want to rent it out or not – if we decide to sell then we of course wouldn’t pay off the current house quickly) and even whether or not we should pay off our next house quickly as we

Alexis @ FITnancials writes How To Save Money On Clothes – I have a lot of clothes in my closet, just like my sister. What can I say?! I love clothes! However, lately I have been thinking about my budget a lot lately and have been thinking a lot about all of the things that I need to buy now and in the near future. I have fitness certifications to pay for, college in the summer to pay for, I’m working on finishing off my car loan (less than $500 left!), rent, phone bill, gas, and so on.

Roger Wohlner @ The Chicago Financial Planner writes Target Date Funds: 6 Considerations Before Investing – Target Date Funds are a popular option in many 401(k) plans. Here are 6 considerations to think about when deciding whether Target Date Funds are right for you.

Emily @ Evolving Personal Finance writes How to Price a Room for Rent – There are several methods for how to split rent among multiple roomates or to price a room in your home.

Michael @ Financial Ramblings writes Why Buy I-Bonds? – What’s so great about I-Bonds? In my view, the advantages lie in the inflation protection, the tax benefits, and the relatively lax redemption policy that gives you access to your money if/when needed. I discuss the details in this article.

Lance @ Money Life and More writes Buying a Home: Is a Small Down Payment Actually a Big Deal? – When you don’t have a large down payment of at least 20% and you’re trying to buy a house, FHA loans are one option that has been popular in the last few years due to the low minimum down payment of 3.5%. Unfortunately, these mortgages have a ton of fees and they’ve recently drastically increased.

Arnel Ariate @ Money Soldiers writes 5 Steps to Get on Top of Your Monthly Bills – Here are 5 steps to help you get on top of your monthly bills. Getting on top of your bills is an absolute priority, and with these simple steps you can enjoy greater financial freedom faster.

Michael Kitces @ Nerd’s Eye View writes Proposal Threatens To Ban Specific Share Identification Method For Lot Level Accounting Tax Strategies – The specific share identification method allows investors to choose which investment is sold, which can be very helpful to optimize capital gain/loss harvesting strategies. But a recent White House proposal would eliminate the planning opportunity, forcing everyone to use average cost!

Mike @ The Financial Blogger writes Getting Rid of Google Once and for All – It might be time to move away from Google.

Green Panda @ Green Panda Treehouse writes 10 Shortcuts For Always Feeling Damn Amazing – Are you feeling as good as you should be?

Pete @ Intelligent Speculator writes The Time Has Come…I’m Buying Apple – Have you considered investing in Apple?

Div Guy @ The Dividend Guy Blog writes 17 Dividend Stocks with Both EPS & Sales Growth on Fire – Stocks you need to watch out for.

Martin @ Studenomics writes The Minimalist Guide to Working Out From Home – Have you thought about working out from home?

eemusings @ NZ Muse writes Funding our RTW trip – How to travel and work around the world.

Robert @ My Multiple Incomes writes Understanding the Future of Your Credit Score After Saying “I Do” – On your wedding day, when you recite your “I do’s,” you’re not only agreeing to a life together for richer, for poorer, through sickness and in health, but also to a life in which you share nearly everything. You’ll share your house, cars, friends, and family, and you may even inherit your spouse’s Chihuahua and last name.

Robert @ Entrepreneurship Life writes Business Lifestyle Choices – Bookmaking – With William Hill being one of the oldest bookmakers in the United Kingdom, it is of no surprise that their adaptation to the online betting industry is nothing but seamless and efficient.

Robert @ Beat the 9 to 5 writes Side Business Time Management 101 – The hardest thing about building a side business is time management, especially as your business grows. This has been something that I’ve perpetually struggled with, especially as my business has grown over time.

Robert @ Kids Ain’t Cheap writes How to Have Family Fun on a Budget – As a parent, you want to provide your kids with the best and you are looking forward to all family fun opportunities. Sometimes, however, financial limitations stand in the way of having a good time.

CAPI @ Creating a Passive Income writes Changing Mindsets: Switching from Short-Term to Long-Term Thinking for Finances – Regulating your finances isn’t a short-term game. It’s important to be sure you have money down the road. Here’s tips on switching to long-term thinking.

Jester @ The Ultimate Juggle writes Spring Cleaning: How to get rid of clutter – It is quite amazing how quickly clutter can grow around the home. Those old, unwanted things just seem to multiply, taking up the already limited living space you have. That’s the problem when clutter builds up. When it comes to getting out that feather duster, the simple task of cleaning becomes torturous.

Mike @ Personal Finance Journey writes How to Pay Off Multiple Payday Loans – Easy ideas and solutions on paying off multiple pay day loans when you find yourself in a bind.

MR @ Money Reasons writes How Much Money Is a Lot of Money? – Money has changed meaning to me as I grow older. Read some of my funny history around how I viewed money, and what a lot of money is to me today.

Jacob @ AllPersonalFinance writes Understanding Exchange Rates – More people are becoming interested in foreign exchange trading. However even though many people are considering foreign exchange trading they do not have the education necessary for successful trades. Forex trading is an entirely different type of trading than traditional stock market trading.

LaTisha @ Young Finances writes Car Leasing for Businesses – Business owners have started to consider car leasing as a new financial vehicle. This is because auto leasing is going to save them thousands of dollars.

Tushar @ Finance TUBE writes Is Now The Right Time to Buy A Home? – Today i will be talking about Is Now The Right Time to Buy A Home? According to the media now is the perfect time to buy a house. Housing prices may be free from the laws of gravity but they are not free from the laws of economics.

Tushar @ Start Investing Money writes Why Stock Market Investing Isn’t Gambling? – If you are looking to be entertained, gambling online will probably be better than stock investing. You can click here to experience an online casino site, and get the chance to win, or lose, big money.

JP @ My Family Finances writes US vs. UK banking: what’s the difference? – For the past few centuries, banking has made looking after money incredibly convenient, no matter what country each banking institution is in.

R.J. Weiss @ The Insurance Protection Blog writes What parts make up a homeowners insurance policy? – Understanding what’s covered and what’s not when it comes to home insurance.

Amanda L Grossman @ Frugal Confessions writes How to Reap High Happiness ROI – Many of us have learned over the years that physical things do not make us happy.

BARBARA FRIEDBERG @ Barbara Friedberg Personal Finance writes 3 EASY JOBS TO GET WHILE IN COLLEGE – Make money in college. 3 high paying jobs for college students.

Will @ Card Guys Blog writes Credit card applications – how to reduce the headaches – As handy and convenient as credit cards are, the same cannot be said of credit card application forms. Here is your guide to avoiding headaches when completing credit card applications.

IMB @ Investing Money writes How to Execute a Winning Trade – Have some stocks you’re looking to trade? You want to be able to execute a winning trade to get the most out of your stocks. Read here for tips on trading.

Maria @ The Money Principle writes 5 Ways to Make Money before you Start University – Going off to university is expensive; if you make money and set up a ‘university nest egg’ before you start you will find it much less financially stressful.

Ryan @ Cash Money Life writes Are Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) Going Away? – With the coming changes to healthcare laws, will your Health Savings Account vanish? Will your premiums rise? Here’s what you need to know.

Hank @ Money Q&A writes This Week’s Podcast with Adam Shepard the author of “One Year Lived” – Adam Shepard shows us in his new book, “One Year Lived” that you do not have to give up on your bucket list and your dreams. I talked to him on our podcast, Your Money Your Choices, this week about bucket lists.

Brent @ PersonalFinance-Tips writes How to Know Your Tax Benefits: – A tax benefit refers to a number of economic bonuses. It consists of “tax-reduction”, “tax deferring” and “tax free” investments. This benefit offer “retirement schemes” and also provides “incentive savings”.

Don @ MoneySmartGuides writes Understanding Risk Tolerance – In order to be a successful investor and meet your long-term goals, you need to understand your risk tolerance so that you stay invested in the market.

Michelle @ The Shop My Closet Project writes Are you growing your best life? – For the purpose of this post I want to take this a step further and ask are you doing the things that you need to do to grow your best life? I would argue that most people aren’t putting enough time into creating the life that they would like to live because it may feel overwhelming.

Wayne @ Young Family Finance writes Don’t Panic: Controlling Your Fear During Financial Emergencies – Financial issues weighing you down? It happens. Here are tips on how to keep your calm and control your fear in these financial emergencies.

krantcents @ KrantCents writes 10 Things You Don’t Know – 10Things You Don’t KnowThings You Don’t Know, Math, Soft Skills, Food, Personal Finance, Love, Women, Men, Mind, Animals, Future, Self -Assessment

Luke @ Learn Bonds writes Barbell Strategy – What it is and How it Works – A barbell strategy are simply another way to try and deal with interest rate and reinvestment rate risk. Here’s how barbell strategies work in bonds.

Ray @ Squirrelers writes Do You Hoard Vacation Days? – Vacation days are great, and are almost like valued assets. Do you hoard yours, or do you use them freely?

Suba @ Broke Professionals writes Freelancers: Making Sure You Don’t Owe Uncle Sam In 2013 – If you do freelance work – or any type of second job – it can be tough to pay the right amount of income taxes. A worksheet on your W-4 can fix that.

TTMK @ Tie the Money Knot writes The Value of Having a Brain Trust – When it comes to finances, it’s often much easier to succeed with others. Along those lines, it can be valuable to have a brain trust, or mastermind group, to which you can ask questions and get ideas that can help you financially.

Lauren @ L Bee and the Money Tree writes Is it FOMO? Or just me being afraid people will like me less? – Oh, you know FOMO? Fear of Missing Out? I thought it was ruling my life and my wallet lately, because even though I have been whining about my full financial plate this month, I still kept saying yes to each and every invitation thrown my way.

Robert @ The College Investor writes Companies are Cracking Down on Employee Insider Trading – In reality, insider trading is happening everyday. I would venture that millions of individuals are involved in insider trading nationwide. How can this be?

Kevin @ 20smoney.com writes Cheapest College Towns to Live In – College towns can be the greatest places to live in since the rents can be inexpensive. To describe them in a few words would be lifestyle and value.

Tony @ We Only Do This Once writes How I Quit My Day Job – Well, I did it. I gave notice to my employer. 60 more days, and I am leaving my job. Here’s how I did it.

Mel @ Mel’s Money writes Ten Year Retirement Plan – Steps You Should Take – A really simple checklist to help you make sure you won’t end up in the red when you’re getting over the hill!

Abbie @ Finance junkie writes Fool- proof steps to rebuilding your credit rating – If you want to turn your poor credit history around, this is a perfect guide to doing so, it is a simple really, it’s just understanding how.

David Bar @ Bar Whiz Blog writes What To Tip Your Server (in varius countries) – Tipping is almost universal, but the “going rate” is different in each country. This handy guide will help you travel without losing face when it comes time to leave a tip.

Mr. Frenzy @ Frenzied Finances writes Getting Creative: How to Reuse Items to Save Money – There are many items you can reuse for similar or even different purposes around the house. It’s a great money saver. Here are tips on how to reuse items.

Daniel @ Sweating the Big Stuff writes First Quarter Business and Personal Finance Goals Update – it’s been 3 months since I set my 2013 goals. Here’s how I’m doing so far.

John @ All Things Finance writes Teaching Your Teenager About Credit Cards – Teaching your child financial responsibility is one of the most important tools you brace them with. Unfortunately we can’t rely on them learning any financial skills in school so it’s our responsibilities as parents to prepare our kids the best we can.

John @ Fearless Men writes Minimum Balance Nightmare: Why It Pays to Overpay [Infographic] – Credit card debt is racking up in many households, and people want to be set free from it. It can kill a man’s present–and future. Don’t get sucked into the cycle of only paying the minimum balance-that’s a nightmare. It pays to overpay, and the below infographic will tell you why.

Matt Becker @ writes Insurance is Awesome – Insurance might not be sexy, but it’s pretty damn useful.

Marvin @ Brick By Brick Investing writes Investing Is War – A detailed correlation between Sun Tzu’s timeless writing “The Art of War” and stock investing.

Travis Pizel @ Enemy Of Debt writes In Finances, Fitness and Life, Together We Stand, Divided We Fail – In every facet of our lives, when my wife and I work together, we are crazy successful.

Corey @ 20s Finances writes Preparing for Next Year’s Taxes – For most of us, income taxes are a major annoyance, but the overall stress or frustration is usually unnecessary.

SBB @ Simple Budget Blog writes Pink Slips: Budgeting While Unemployed – Stuck in a rut? Unemployment can be tricky, but we can help. Read here for helpful tips on how to budget your way through a period of unemployment.

Kyle @ The Penny Hoarder writes Ebay Surprise: Making Extra Money with Other People’s Stuff – I love spending money. I would eagerly waste my hard-earned money on clothes, bag, shoes, makeup and more. After years of this unfortunate habit, I reached a point where I couldn’t deal with the guilt. I could’ve saved enough for a house by now — or at least a nice condo.

Debt Guru @ Debt Free Blog writes 10 Mistakes to Avoid Right Out of College – Just graduated from college? Congratulations! Now the real battle starts. Read here for tips on avoiding these common money mistakes post-graduation.

Roger the Amateur Financier @ The Amateur Financier writes 8 Ways to Save Money While Saving the Earth – A list of methods to cut down your environmental impact while also saving money, including methods of reducing, reusing, and recycling in your life.

Tushar @ Earn More and Save writes Save Money: Combat To Disaster with Help of Online Backup Apps: – Many of the people are using their computer for running their small to medium size business. Large business has a lot of computer for the proper functioning of their work.

Ted Jenkin @ Your Smart Money Moves writes Is Your Retirement Plan Full Of Swiss Cheese – Last year, I did a piece on retirement planning assumptions.

Jon Haver @ Pay My Student Loans writes Pay Off Student Loans or Mortgage – The often debated subject, should I pay off my student loans or my mortgage has resulted in many hours or research and study. First off, there’s no such thing as the right answer to this question. It’s mainly based on a series of criteria which we’ll discuss today. Review the below bullet points and you’ll be able to determine which direction you need to travel in first. A) How much do you owe on each balance? I’m willing to bet the average person owes more on their home loan than on t

Evan @ My Journey to Millions writes An Unusual Way to Create An Amazing Legacy – I came across this amazing and unusual estate plan where the a family created a credit union for heirs only. Forget having to worry about gifting or tax ramifications of intra-family loans this a legitimate credit union

Little House @ Little House in the Valley writes Lanscape on the Cheap Through Craigslist – Want to landscape your yard for free? Or at least close to it? Craigslist has a “Free” section that’s updated on a daily basis. Free stuff goes quickly, but certain items hang around a little longer, like trees, dirt, mulch, and the like.

Arnel Ariate @ Money Soldiers writes 4 Factors to Consider Before Starting a New Business – Don’t think about the negatives when you’re starting a new business, just stay realistic. To maximize your success and minimize your risks, start thinking about profits, taxes and what it takes to get started.

Penny Thots @ Penny Thots writes Prepping for a Home Sale – If you are planning to sell your house, there are some important things you need to do to prepare your house for showing it prospective buyers. These tips will help you to get top dollar for your house and hopefully help it sell quickly.

Everything Finance @ Everything Finance Blog writes Getting Your Finances in Order Before You Have a Baby – It can be completely overwhelming, both financially and emotionally, to think about adding a new addition to the family. But it’s also impossible to think that you’ll ever feel completely ready to take the pregnancy plunge. Here’s what we’re talking about in preparing financially for a baby:

Gary @ Gajizmo writes Ways To Make Money From Home – Saving money and living below your means is fundamental to financial independence, but more importantly, families need to find ways to grow their income. This article can help you get started by giving examples of the best ways to make money from home or online. We discuss factors to consider, resources to check out, and the viability of business ideas.

Kevin @ Passiveincometoretire writes Making Money from Tax Liens – 1. You can make a decent amount of money from tax liens if you are willing to do all the leg work to get it. Here are a few tips to get you started. 2. Make a list of all the courthouses in your area. Write down the address, phone number, website and contact information.

Peter @ Bible Money Matters writes Simple Bank Review: Find Clarity in Your Finances – A company that I recently discovered that had an intriguing product offering beyond what traditional banks are offering is called Simple. They’re a recently launched start-up company, but their offerings are pretty intriguing – attempting to make banking simpler, easier and more organized.

Crystal @ Budgeting in the Fun Stuff writes Have You Heard of Kickstarter Yet? Hubby is a Fan! – Have you heard of the site, Kickstarter? It is used to get creative projects funded. Projects like board games.

Miss T. @ Prairie Eco Thrifter writes How to Decide on a New Car – Here are some tips and things to think about to make the car buying decision a little easier.

MMD @ My Money Design writes Another Reason Why You Need Emergency Money – For Stupid Car Repairs – If you think having $1,000 of emergency money is going to cut it, think again! This week I’ve spent more than I ever anticipated on stupid car repairs.

MMD @ IRA vs 401k Central writes Is a Self Directed 401k Plan Right for You? – What do you do if you’re self employed or you want more than what your employer’s retirement plan offers? You apply for a self directed 401k.

Lynn @ Card Hub writes Understanding Audits: What Taxpayers Need to Know About Triggers, Procedures & Penalties – For those consumers who rushed through their returns or, even worse, tried to pull a fast one on Uncle Sam, April 15 might very well mark the beginning of a nerve-wracking waiting game.

Matt @ Living in Financial Excellence writes Save1.com: Save Lives While You Save Money – I like to save money. Hey, who doesn’t? But I’m lousy at finding deals. I stink at couponing, and I don’t have the patience to search for the right bargains before buying. Usually I just set money aside and wait until I see what I’m looking for on sale. But I found a website that lets me find deals on products and save even more money at the same time.

Lazy Man @ Lazy Man and Money writes About Our Real Estate “Empire” – In the end, none of the properties are what a real estate investor looks for: a cash-flow positive property. On the bright-side, there are a few advantages to “losing money”… they vary in terms of value:

Ross @ Wallet Hub writes Changes to the Mortgage Interest Tax Deduction – As budget debates have consumed Washington, eyes have turned towards modifying the mortgage interest deduction.

Investor Junkie @ Investor Junkie writes Are Retirement Accounts Flawed? – The FRONTLINE documentary “The Retirement Gamble” by Martin Smith documents the issues with retirement accounts. Overall, the documentary was ok, though anyone who’s familiar with 401(k)s will not learn much.

SFB @ Simple Finance Blog writes How College Students Can Save Money – While paying off student loans and college tuition continue to be financial burdens on most college students, saving money seems to be almost impossible in today’s world of temptations.

Steven @ MyDividendStocks writes Passive Income the American Dream – People always chase after the American Dream. They dream of sleeping in every day, pursuing their favorite hobbies and work when they want. They dream of going to the mailbox every day and receiving a check for not working at a job in years.

Sam @ Simplefinancialfreedom writes Reverse Mortgage FAQ – The HECM or home equity corporation mortgage is actually an FHA reverse mortgage. It is used to withdraw on the equity of your home.

DJ @ Money for College Project writes How to Create Your Own Scholarship – A radical change in the traditional scholarship method. Much like bootstrapping your own business, we show you how to build your college scholarship portfolio from the ground up using corporate sponsors.

John S @ Frugal Rules writes Online Brokerages I Use: OptionsHouse Review – There are many online brokerages to use as you look to invest in the stock market. The good ones are there to meet your needs and help make sure you’re doing what you can to be investing for things like retirement.

Grayson @ Debt RoundUp writes How A Door-to-Door Salesman Caused Me to Bite – Here comes a true story about how a door-to-door salesman was able to pitch me into a sale. It was the first and the last time that has ever happened! I let an alarm system salesman get the upper hand during a conversation in my driveway as I built a dog house. I needed what he sold, but I didn’t research the deal well enough. I ended up paying for it in the end. Take a gander at how a door-to-door salesman got me to bite on his pitch.

Mr.CBB @ Canadian Budget Binder writes Junk to Funk: Some Woman Down The Road Left Me With Hardwood – It’s not everyday I come across a money maker in the streets for free but when I do see it I jump on it. Often a simple DIY project can yield you savings in your budget or profits to your bank account if you can sell it. Watch me turn junk into funk and save!

Sean @ One Smart Dollar writes 5 Popular Craigslist Scams to Watch Out For – Craigslist can be a great place to buy and sell items however it also comes with risks. Here are some of the biggest Craigslist scams to watch out for.

Miranda Marquit @ ReadyForZero Blog writes How to Deal with Hospital Bills – Are you dealing with hospital bills or medical debt? This blogpost tells you all you need to know about what to do to make this more manageable.

Nick @ A Young Pro writes How to Advance in Your New Career as a Gen Y Employee – So you are a Gen Y employee starting a new career? Learn how to follow the 20/80 rule to get your career of to a great start and rise through the ranks.

Jon @ Novel Investor writes The Importance of Diversification – If you’ve ever heard “don’t put all your eggs in one basket”, it’s used to describe a simple investing principle known as diversification.

Dividend Growth Investor @ Dividend Growth Investor writes Twenty Dividend Stocks I Recently Purchased for my Dividend Portfolio – I had an old 401 (k) with Fidelity, which was eligible for a rollover. In early April I cashed out the index funds in it, and rolled the money over into an IRA. After that I decided to equally allocate the money in twenty individual dividend stocks.

KK @ Student Debt Survivor writes Spending Without Spouse Approval – There have been a lot of posts in the personal finance blogosphere recently about whether you should merge your finances together when you get married. But what about discussing large purchases with your partner? Should you spend without spouse “approval?”

Michael Kitces @ Nerd’s Eye View writes Is Capital Loss Harvesting Overvalued? – Capital loss harvesting has long been a staple of investment tax strategy – so much that the Internal Revenue Code has special “wash sale” rules to ensure that the technique is not overly abused. But the reality is that harvesting losses just defers taxes – it doesn’t avoid them entirely – and as a result, the benefit of the strategy is far less than most realize, and often outweighed by the risks!

Kim @ Eyes on the Dollar writes Are You in the Habit of Wasting Money? – While automating payments can be a great way to assure you never rack up a late fee or interest charge, it can also cost money when you automatically pay for services or products you don’t use. We all need to pay careful attention to make sure we get value out of everything we spend money on.

harry campbell @ Your PF Pro writes Writing Off Moving Costs During Tax Time – The IRS provides a lot of deductions for hard working Americans like us but a lot of people are unaware of them or maybe scared of an audit. I say bring it on, as long as you have the receipts and proof to back it all up, you should take advantage of every deduction available out there. The ‘moving expenses’ deduction is one of the more valuable ones since it’s above the line, meaning you don’t have to itemize to take advantage of it.

JC @ Passive-Income-Pursuit writes Stock Valuation Method – Discounted Cash Flow – Continuing with my stock valuation series, I look at the Discounted Cash Flow method. If you’re not sure what it is, how to use it, or just want a useful spreadsheet to calculate it for you, stop on by.

Jules Wilson @ Faithful With a Few writes Why We Want To Start A Giving Account – A giving account is a great way to set aside money in order to be a blessing to someone else. Make sure you have this in place, so you can respond when there is a need.

Philip @ PT Money writes Going Into Debt for In Vitro or Adoption: Is it Worth it? – This is a look at three families and what it took financially for them to have children.

Glen Craig @ Free From Broke writes Do I Need Life Insurance In Retirement? – Generally you use life insurance until you retire but there are times when you still need life insurance in retirement. See when and why.

Jules Wilson @ Fat Guy,Skinny Wallet writes Scrap Booking On A Budget – Cheap Scrap booking Ideas can help you go from expensive hobby, to a cost-effective way to cherish your precious memories. Here are 5 ways to scrapbook on a budget.

Glen Craig @ Credit Card Smarts writes Which Cash Back Rewards Are Best: Rotating Categories, or Set Cash Back? – Cash back rewards cards are awesome. But which is better – a set cash back card or a rotating category?

Marie at Family Money Values @ Family Money Values writes Review of the ‘M’ word book. – If you dread having the money talk, take a look at this! Help is on the way.

Jessica Moorhouse @ Mo’ Money Mo’ Houses writes Rich Dad, Poor Dad’s Robert Kiyosaki & a TV Giveaway! – Robert Kiyosaki is famous for his books all about personal finance and becoming rich, but is he the real deal or just a good salesman?

Jason Hull @ Hull Financial Planning writes Do You Have a Social Responsibility to Save? – If Social Security isn’t the safety net in retirement that we thought it would be, do you have a social responsibility to others to save now?

SB @ One Cent at a Time writes All About Car Tires and How it Relates to your Money – Car tires play a very vital role and are a very valuable safety feature on a vehicle. Learn how to save money on car tires, how to increase the tire life and what precautions you must take while purchasing new ones.

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