This weekend seemed to have one problem after another. It’s put me in a rather sour mood. As such the first few articles of the week (and maybe more) are probably about 700% more “ranty” than usual. I just feel like I should get that out there to be fair. Hopefully things will get better as I take the evening off and go enjoy Chevy’s $2 table-side guacamole, a cocktail, and the American Idol concert.
- Brip Blap posts getting a job on wall street, circa 2009.
- Frugal Dad shares seven secret places to hide cash in your home – well they were secret before this post!
- Generation X Finance says your home is NOT an investment! Don’t treat it like one.
- Are you radically frugal? Find out with Million Dollar Journey.
- Digerati Life presents best travel sites for cheap vacation deals.
- Money Smart Life discusses mortgage pre-approval when buying a house.
- Jill blogs at My Dollar Plan about how to get control of your budget!
- The Sun’s Financial Diary writes trade carbon emissions with ETFs.
More Financial Posts:
- Free Money Finance asks what is money?
- Five Cent Nickel shares some strategies to curb lifestyle inflation. What are yours?
- Consumer Commentary reveals 10 purchases that can harm your credit.
Financial Posts of the Week:
- Your Money to Keep writes a semi-serious semi-humorous post on 5 ways to get $20K by Monday
- Money and Investing blogs fixed cost vs. time and materials.
- Rich Credit Debt Loan gives4 tips to improve your finances.
- Realm of Prosperity posts 3 things to stop buying for your health and your wallet.
- Saving to Invest says there are 5 steps [you can] take now in preparation for double digit inflation.
- Blunt Money shares foreclosure from a renter’s perspective.
- Steadfast Finances asks why do we rent some stuff but buy other stuff?
- Sick of Being Poor says I resigned this morning!
- Wise Money Matters explains how to weather a recession.
- Money Under 30 presents how to create a five-year financial plan.
- Canada Personal Finance Website posts how to save money by downsizing saying it’s not always a bad thing.
- Studenomics writes how to prevent getting scammed by all-you-can-eat buffets.