June 14th, 2013
Link Roundup: The Lifestyle Habits of the Rich Can be Yours, Too!
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The Lifestyle Habits of the Rich Can be Yours, Too! “Those who are rich, especially the self-made rich, are a different breed than most people. They do things differently. They live differently. They think differently. These differences get them where they are. Without these actions (or an inheritance from your great uncle Earl), you’ll simply stay a reader, passive without action. Let’s read and incorporate:” MoneyNing
9 Important Money Tips Every Dad Should Teach His Kids “Kids, with Father’s Day right around the corner, I hope you don’t mind if your dear old dad takes a few minutes to give you a little bit of fatherly financial advice. Despite what your mom says, I don’t profess to know everything — okay, I guess maybe I do — although in this case you’ll have to trust that what I am about to tell you is absolutely true. Remember, I learned a lot of this stuff through past mistakes and hard-earned experience.” Len Penzo
Top 7 Energy Saving Tips for this Summer “Every summer as the heat steps up so does our utility bill. This year we are planning ahead on cutting back our energy consumption for the summer. It will do good to our environment and help us pocket a nice saving as well. After all, it makes sense to invest our hard earned dollars rather than giving them away to utility companies. Each dollar saved can help us go a long way if a rainy day comes along. So it makes all the more sense to maximize savings and optimize our energy footprint.” Fire Finance
Student loan payback: a 60-second guide “If you too are no longer in school and have student loans to pay back, here’s an abridged guide to successfully tackling your student loan debt.” Money Blue Book
How Do You Get Into Debt? “We spend a lot of time talking about how to get out of debt on this blog. But it’s far more important to avoid getting into debt in the first place. How do you get into debt? My experience tells me there are 9 main reasons. Let’s examine these debt traps and discover what to do in order to stay clear of them all.” Wealth Pilgrim
How You Can Fix Your Spending in 7 Days “I must admit that my spending falls off-track once in a while. Despite writing about saving money for the last 5 years, I still make plenty of mistakes. It’s easy to get distracted in life. It’s also easy to lose track of the basics and the fundamentals that got you to where you are. This is why you always hear people talking about going back to the basics. This is what we will do here. It’s time to go back to the basics and save some money. Before we can save any money, we have to fix our spending so that we watch where are hard-earned money goes. As I’m sure your parents told you growing up, it doesn’t matter how much money you make, it’s how much you save that counts. Let’s get started!” The Financial Blogger
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