April 19th, 2013
Link Roundup: The Unemployment Diet: How We Cut Our Spending by $1,000 a Month
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The Unemployment Diet: How We Cut Our Spending by $1,000 a Month “One Tuesday morning last November my husband called from work and told me to sit down—and not get mad. Whenever a phone call starts that way, you just know it’s not going to end well.” Five Cent Nickel
14 Secrets Every Parent Should Know Before Talking To Their Kids About Money “Your child is looking up at you with those big, sad-looking eyes. ‘But why wouldn’t you buy this for me!?’ You don’t want your kid to grow up to be a spoiled brat. So what are you supposed to say?” Man Vs. Debt
Financial Playbook for Recent College Graduates “With graduation fast approaching, many students are about to enter the real world. It’s an exciting time, but life can throw some real curveballs, especially for those just starting out. How you handle these financial roadblocks can make a world of difference.” Nerd Wallet
Energy Bills: Shine Every Nickel “Energy bills can become a serious issue especially as seasons change from spring to summer and fall to winter. Here are several ways on how to manage your energy related bills and keep the costs reasonable throughout the year.” Minting Nickels
10 Money-Saving Tips For Your Wedding “This is the moment you have been anticipating. You got engaged and now you are marrying the person you love. You want the wedding of your dreams, but then you have to consider reality. Let’s face it, weddings are expensive, but there is no need to break out the tissues just yet. Here are ten ways that you save money while planning a wedding. With these tips, you will still get a beautiful wedding that you will cherish forever but at a lower cost. ” Prairie Eco-Thrifter
Why Credit Scores Matter Even if You Don’t Borrow “How much do credit scores matter? We often hear or read of someone saying something to the effect of I’m not worried about my credit scores, I don’t plan to borrow money anyway. I’m not a credit score junkie myself, and tend to have only modest interest in them. And I even tend to think that credit scores are one of those competition deals – you know, the mine’s better than yours kind of thing?” Out of Your Rut
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