Like many of those in the football world, I’m still in shock in seeing Wes Welker’s comeback on Thursday night. I’m typeless (speechless on a keyboard), so I’m just going to go to the personal finance links:
- Brip Blap writes learn one lesson: who is the client?
- Digerati Life wonders should you invest in an ivy league college education?
- Frugal Dad goes beyond the emergency fund: preparing for economic collapse.
- Generation X Finance presents 10 ways to make money online from anywhere.
- Million Dollar Journey discusses overseas Canadian residents and tax returns.
- Money Smart Life blogs about home mortgage rates ““ 6 key factors.
- My Dollar Plan offers 7 ways to further your education without paying full price.
- The Sun’s Financial Diary looks at the new overdraft law: is it good?
Top PF Posts:
- Smarter Wallet on where to find extra money.
- Saving Advice gives tips on how to beat the heat on a budget.
- Get Rich Slowly presents a reader story: I quit my job and joined the Peace Corps.
- Blogging Away Debt posts the Goodwill experiment –
- Fiscal Geek asks should you relocate to cut costs & decrease living expenses?
- Everybody Loves Your Money talks about calculating my daily costs.
- Mighty Bargain Hunter writes is an Amazon Kindle for you?
- Grad Money Matters on how to get ahead financially as a college student.
Thanks for the mention, Lazyman!
Thanks for linking to Digerati Life’s article about Ivey League college educations. The article was a good read and helped me to question the true value of college degrees. I think that the value of a college degree has changed rapidly over the years and an Ivey League degree means something a lot different than it did in the past.