February 8th, 2013
Link Roundup: How to Save Money While Seeing the World
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How to Save Money While Seeing the World “Forget what the magazines say about travel. Forget what you see in commercials. They’re all wrong: Travel isn’t expensive. How do I know? Because I’ve been traveling the world for six years and have found that everything you learn about travel is generally wrong.” Get Rich Slowly
The 4 Biggest Ways to Stretch Your Income “Guys like, ahem, you-know-who, are always looking to stretch their income. Heck, to be honest, I think we all are to some degree. If you’re looking to stretch yours to its maximum potential, here are four of the biggest ways:” Len Penzo dot Com
How to Avoid Credit Counseling Scams “Before you sign up with a counseling service, it’s essential to make sure you’re dealing with a reputable business by asking these questions:” The Wisdom Journal
Talking About Money With Your Spouse Made Easy “Talking about your money, and the money situation you are in is often difficult. The bad money habits we have are hard to admit to. And many of us are often afraid of what the person we are talking to will think of us. But, bad money habits, like so many other bad habits often require the aid and support of those around us to help us change.” Wealth Pilgrim
Why You Need to Diversify Your Income Sources “Yesterday I ran into a friend I hadn’t seen in a few months; we only had a few seconds to talk but he let me know that he had lost his job a couple of months ago. Another buddy of mine was given word that his job would be gone by the end of this year. For what it’s worth, both men have families to support.” KNS Financial
The Differences Between Those Smart with Money, and Those Who Aren’t “When comparing two individuals or couples, one being smart with money and another not so smart, it’s easy to spot some of the differences. It’s important for couples and individuals to be smart with their money or they may end up losing it. Usually someone that’s always broke is someone that’s not smart with money. Here’s a few of the major differences between the two.” Getting Money Wise
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