I'm heading out of the country on our honeymoon. I've got a number of articles lined up that I think you'll enjoy, so don't forget about me. There are more details to follow on Monday. In the meantime, here are some articles that I liked this week:
- Golbguru give us some things we should know about percentage traps. This is a great article and not one to miss.
- Sun asks if Chinese Stocks are too hot to handle. I think they might be too hot for me. It reminds me of the Internet boom. There are likely going to be some huge winners and huge losers. I just don't know what those are.
- Money Smart Life asks why are some people so ignorant about money.
- Generation X Finance says that owning a home isn't always all its cracked up to be. I have to agree, especially since I'm quite Lazy.
- Along the same theme, Blueprint for Financial Prosperity asks if you are glad you rented, instead of bought.
- The Digerati Life writes about the minimum budget for living in California. It's an interesting study - especially for me living in Califonia.
- Free Money Finance tackles the question of whether it's okay to lie about how much you made during and interview. I'm on the fence on this one and try to weasle my way out as best I can. It's an unfair question for any employer to ask and as soon as I hear it, I think twice whether I want to work there.
- Five Cent Nickel gives writes about the contribution limits of some tax advantage accounts in 2008.
- No Credit Needed is too busy for me to keep up with. He's got a new will, new life insurance, new minivan. What's next?!?!
- Mighty Bargain Hunter asks if a share of Google will be more than an ounce of gold. Share prices are largely irrelevant. If Google splits the stock, it doesn't make it worth any less.
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