June 27th, 2013
Link Roundup: Lower Your Expenses By Living Like Those In Other Countries
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Lower Your Expenses By Living Like Those In Other Countries “The first time you visit another country, especially if it is a country with a lower standard of living than the United States, you may be shocked… If you’d like to save money or just be more environmentally and financially responsible, why not pretend that you live like those in other countries? Here are some ways you can start:” Bible Money Matters
How I Fought My Financial Demons of The Past and Won “Do you ever feel like something is hovering over your shoulder? Like something is looming behind you that you cannot explain? I certainly have. It is not a menacing presence but more of a reminder of financial “demons of my past” as I like to call it. We all have things that may haunt us, whether it’s decisions we have made or something else. The silly choices I have made still influence me because I don’t want to make those same mistakes again.” Budgets are Sexy
Return of the Zombies “… Zombies are for real, trust me. Today there are zombie debts, zombie habits, zombie taxes, and all sorts of other “zombie” problems that can come back to feast on YOU, the living. These zombies are relentless, they never stop coming after you until they are trly obliterated. Scary huh?” The Wisdom Journal
Back to Basics: Why You Should Invest in a 401K “…If you’re sitting on the fence between YES 401k or NO 401k, let me share a few reasons why Johnny and I have each chosen to invest in one.” Our Freaking Budget
Kids and credit cards — and chainsaws “I recently did an analysis for CardRatings.com of some polling data on when parents thought was the right time to let their kids use a credit card. In thinking about this, it occurred to me that it’s a bit like asking when it’s OK to let a kid use a chainsaw — the answer depends very much on who the kid is, but in any case it’s a scary thought.” Five Cent Nickel
No Credit Needed “I love coupons, and routinely use them to save money on groceries. However, I think that it is also important to focus on, shall we say, post-purchase frugality.” No Credit Needed
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