November 8th, 2013

Link Roundup: 3 Areas Not to Overlook as You Financially Prepare for Next Year

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3 Areas Not to Overlook as You Financially Prepare for Next Year


3 Areas Not to Overlook as You Financially Prepare for Next Year “Whether you believe it or not, we are just a short seven short weeks or so from ringing in 2014. If you’re like me, you may feel like this year has flown by and the prospect of a new year is a bit on the nutty side. While it is crazy, I like to be prepared and the impending new year is a great reminder that it’s a perfect opportunity to look at how we can financially prepare for the dawn of a new calendar year.” Narrow Bridge Finance

Financial Lessons That Stand The Test Of Time “Follow me into the time machine as I go back through the financial lessons life has taught me that have never gone bad and stand the test of time.” Money Plan SOS

Ten Tips for Choosing the Best Home Loan “Buying a home is an exciting prospect, but if that should affect your financial sensibilities, the happiness will not last for long. Satisfaction with your home is often directly linked to your mortgage, so it is important to get the best deal possible on the loan. Following are 10 tips for choosing the best home loan.” Money Smart Guides

End-of-Year Tax Tips “If you’re like me, it’s hard to admit that summer is over and we are quickly headed toward the end of the year. Maybe you haven’t thought about taxes since you submitted your tax return back in April. Well, that was 6 months ago and it is important to check-in on your tax situation while you still have a couple of months left in the year.” The Dime

Better Late Than Never: How to Save for Retirement After 40 “What if you’re in your forties and had to pull your retirement investments due to personal commitments or the weakened economy? Well, you’re not alone. The Employee Benefit Research Institute reports that 60 percent of all workers today who were born between 1946 and 1964 have saved less than $100,000 for retirement. If you fall into that 60 percent, you’re likely wondering how you’ll ever make it through retirement age and stressing about the dollar signs. Here are some tips, compiled just for you.” Dividend Ninja

Digging Yourself Out of Debt “Are you having trouble paying your bills? Receiving calls from debt collectors? Worried about losing your home? You’re not alone. Millions of people are deep in debt and struggling to stay afloat. Whether your debt stems from the loss of a job, a family illness or overspending…it can be pretty overwhelming. But no matter how deep of a hole you are in, there is usually a debt solution that can help you dig out.” Wealthy Turtle

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  1. Thank you so much for including us in your roundup. This is an awesome collection of posts.

    The Dime at 12:23 pm on November 8, 2013
  2. Jenna

    You’re very welcome! Have a great weekend!

    Jenna at 12:37 pm on November 8, 2013
  3. Thanks for mentioning us! We really appreciate it!

    Mike Collins at 7:37 am on November 10, 2013
  4. Jenna

    Our pleasure! Thanks for writing a great post. 🙂

    Jenna at 7:39 am on November 11, 2013
  5. Thanks for the mention!

    Eric at 2:30 pm on November 13, 2013

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