Adam @ Money Rebound @ Money Rebound writes Don’t Worry about What Others Have or What They Think – Making big financial changes can be tough, especially if you focus on what others have or think. Find out why you should focus on yourself and not others.
Abbie @ Finance Junkie writes A Student Guide To Surviving The Summer – Students or anyone with students in their house- Try these tips for enjoying a stress free and financially sound summer!
Peter @ Bible Money Matters writes Just Say No To Friends, Family, and Dates and Be a Refusenik? – Sure, saying no to friends, family, and even dates can help your bottom line. If you don’t want to spend your money on events that don’t help you get ahead financially, being a refusenik might be just what you need to do. However, there’s definitely a cost to saying no, especially to big events like weddings.
Mr.CBB @ Canadian Budget Binder writes A Love Letter and Life Lessons: Money Fool to a Budgeting Money Saver – A love letter taught me a life lesson steering me away from becoming a money fool and into a budgeting money saver. Take responsibility for your actions and remember that good looks don’t last forever.
Hank @ Money Q&A writes How to Find Your First Accountant And Personal Finance Team Member – Finding a trustworthy accountant can be a difficult decision. But, here are some tips to help make finding an accountant the easy way to help your finances.
Kevin @ Passiveincometoretire writes Using Technology to Improve Your Small Business – As a small business owner, you may think you don’t have time to keep up on the latest technology. Think again. You can improve your communication, efficiency and productivity by investigating the software, electronics and online services available to keep your business humming. Continue Reading →