I’m gong to keep think intentionally short. On Friday, you almost read the last post in Lazy Man and Money history. I literally almost died. I’ll go into it in more detail for tomorrow’s post. It might even be a whole weeks’ worth of writing. I don’t want to overshadow the great posts below.
- Brip Blap wonders why bail from success?
- Frugal Dad writes how to quit a job.
- Chase Bank is helping you avoid fees by stating the obvious says Generation X Finance.
- Million Dollar Journey poses the question to RESP or not: should we be funding our children’s higher education?
- Money Smart Life goes into new credit card rules – how they’ll help you.
- Digerati Life reminds readers to use Energy Star appliances to save on utility costs.
- My Dollar Plan discusses the exponential power of delayed consumption.
- The Sun’s Financial Diary posts stress testing your budget: how to stay strong in tough times.
More Great Financial Posts:
- Bargaineering shares some supermarket psychology (and a few insider tricks).
- Consumer Commentary presents 50 actions you can take right now to pay off debt.
- Five Cent Nickel posts creative budget balancing.
- Bill Eater presents 10 ways to save money on your cable or satellite tv bill!
- The Wisdom Journal says I’m getting a divorce – from my bank.
- Money Crashers wonders how stupid could credit card companies be?
- Moolanomy looks at the evolution of personal finance blogs.
- Saving Advice writes save to win: how a lottery bank account taught me to save money.
- Rich Credit Debt Loan provides an introduction to the IRA.
- Oh My Aching Debts blogs today is the first day of the rest of my life!
- Saving Frugality says you’ll never get rich working for someone else.
- Enjoy grocery store indulgences guilt free! Learn more at Pay Less For Food.
- Authority rates some of the best credit cards.
- For those living without credit cards here’s another way to look at spending. Check out: losing face: how to live without cash over at Miss Thrifty.
- Then there’s the man who quit money all together. Learn more at Get Rich Slowly’s post extreme personal finance: Daniel Suelo, the man without money.