money management

What to Read to Know More About Money Management

  • TTMK @ Tie the Money Knot writes Advancing Past Child-Like Views on Money – Sometimes kids can put things in perspective for us. Other times, they can illuminate how grown-ups are quite different – or should be, anyway. This story discusses this in the context of money.
  • MMD @ My Money Design writes How to Make Money with a Website and Why Most Personal Finance Sites Don’t – If you’re wondering right now how to make money with a website or why your’s isn’t doing as well as you hope, then you really need to hear Jon’s story! He’s killing it making $3,000 per month!
  • MMD @ IRA vs 401k Central writes What Is a Non-Deductible IRA and How Do I Contribute To One? – Very few people realize that you can contribute to a nondeductible IRA regardless of your income level and still enjoy tax-free investment growth. Here are some things that can help you get the most out of your savings.
  • DW @ Great Passive Income Ideas writes What Are Some Good Online Residual Income Opportunities? – The Internet has got some great online residual income opportunities that will help you earn that extra cash you need. Here are a few tips you can try.
  • Mr FD @ Financial Debauchery writes Cool Checking Account Promotions from Banks that Want Your Business – Fortunately when banks want your business they offer some really cool checking account promotions to entice you. See how you can take full advantage of them!

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  • DW @ No Exam Life Insurance Guide writes Want a No-Needles Plan? How About a No Physical Life Insurance Policy – Unfortunately traditional plans require a medical exam before they will insure you. No physical life insurance can make this process a lot less stressful. Here are a few of the benefits.
  • Tushar @ Finance TUBE writes 4 Pieces of Money Advice for Gen X – Although still young there are some of the different ways you can still compare with the future… This is especially important when it comes to your boring answers when it comes to your finances.. You have a word to budget or you have not when it comes to best spend the day.
  • Ryan @ Cash Money Life writes Could the Pomodoro Technique Help Your Productivity? – Have you tried the Pomodoro Technique for time management and productivity? It uses timed bursts of focused energy followed by a timed break. It works!
  • Cat Alford @ Budget Blonde writes Reevaluating My Student Loan Plan – I’ve been taking some time to reevaluate my student loan plan. There are a few reasons why. Here are a few of them.
  • Christopher @ This That and The MBA writes Money Saving Tips For College Students – Most students have experienced the difficulty of saving money from over the summer at their summer jobs. Usually, the amount of money parents give them is just right for their needs and other school-related things and when there is something left, it is not enough for the personal purchases the students want to make.
  • Dollar @ Easy Extra Dollar writes Develop the Offering: Quick Money – I would recommend you actually buy the product you are thinking of promoting so you can satisfy yourself that you have found the solution. This inner belief will come across as sincerity and integrity in your writing and will pay itself back plenty of times over.
  • Robert @ The College Investor writes Investors Beware: Protect Your Portfolio From Hyperinflation and Depression – Deflation and hyperinflation are each, in their own ways, ruinous to an investor’s success. Despite short-term benefits to certain narrow segments of society (like borrowers in hyperinflation), deflation and hyperinflation ultimately hurt the entire economy by shrinking the pie for everyone. And tragically, due to our ever-increasing national debt (and the very real possibility of our government “printing money” to pay it off), investors can no longer afford to ignore these risks.
  • Crystal @ Married (with Debt) writes Transitioning to One Income – One of the most interesting changes my family is facing is a transition to one income.

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