March 22nd, 2013

Link Roundup: 5 Things I Would Tell My Younger Self About Money

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5 Things I Would Tell My Younger Self About Money “While I try not to live with a lot of regret – I have found myself (from time to time) wishing I could counsel my former young self about personal finance issues. I have certainly paid my share of “stupid tax” over the years – which have cost me a lot of time and money.” Three Thrifty Guys

How to Avoid Fighting About Your Finances “Money is a topic that can put strain on even the healthiest of relationships. When finances are tight, stress, frustration and fighting are all common side effects. But while we all experience concerns over our bank balance from time to time, money doesn’t need to damage the special bond you share with your partner.” Make Love, Not Debt

7 Saving Habits To Start Now “Increasing your savings account doesn’t have to be painful. Even if you’re on a tight budget there is usually a spare dollar or two you can add to your savings. If you work on getting yourself into a savings habit, then you can enjoy watching your money grow. Here are a few tips we use:” Not Made of Money

Funny Money: A Field Guide to Money-Sucking Friends, Family Members, and Acquaintances “Sure, there may be some people in your life who stand ready to shower you with money when you’re on the brink of losing your building and loan because Old Man Potter stole your bank deposit, and those guys are great. But when you think about it, there are also a lot of people in your life who tend to suck on your finances like leeches.” Money Under 30

10 Ways to Tell if You’re a Shopaholic “If you’ve ever asked yourself “am I a shopaholic?,” use the 10 points below to determine if you are.” Mint Life Blog

25 Tax Audit Flags “Tax audit. Just the words instill fear in the average taxpayer. A tax return is flagged for an IRS audit only about one percent of the time, and although that may not sound like a lot, getting selected for an IRS tax audit can be a time consuming and costly affair… even if you did nothing wrong. There’s the time away from your job, the worry, and if things go really wrong… an IRS tax attorney or worse… a tax relief attorney!” The Wisdom Journal

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