September 7th, 2011

Wednesday Roundup: 6 Personal Finance Tips For Forgetful People

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6 Personal Finance Tips For Forgetful People “Your intentions may be good, but sometimes your memory ruins your best attempts at trying to save more.” SavvySugar

Your Budget Stinks: Confessions of a 20-Something Spender “Yes, I don’t know your budget so I can’t really be 100% sure that it stinks, but I do think there is always room for improvement. I was all high and mighty about my smart spending and awesome budget until I started tracking my spending.” MyBankTracker

Is a $10,000 College Degree a Real Possibility? “Politicians love using affordable education as a talking point during the election, but they rarely put a price tag on what such an education should actually cost.” Bundle

12 Frugal Compromises “When we talk about frugality, it can be easy to get into an “all or nothing” mentality… But the reality is that there are a lot of savings compromises that can be made — frugal things you can do that, while they may not save you as much money as other efforts, might also save you time, make you happier, or make your life easier. ” Wise Bread

7 Ideas to Help You Recharge in September (Without Spending a Fortune!) “If New Year’s is the time for resolutions, Labor Day is the time to sit back, take a deep breath and decompress. Summer is supposed to be fun and laid back, but for many of us, it’s a whirlwind capped off by back to school craziness. September is a good time to reflect on how much you’ve accomplished in the past year and take some time for yourself. This will help you find the energy and motivation to end the year with the bang.” MoneyNing

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