This week So Over Debt shared some great advice on How to Stop Buying on Impulse. You’d be amazed how much money this will save you.
Want to know if you’re taking the right financial steps? Check out this post by Free Money Finance that reveals a recent survey on What Steps Did You Take to Improve Finances in 2011?
Looking for some really great money tips? This week Rob Carrick shared his Top 10 Money Tips. Some of them surprised me.
This week Enemy of Debt published an eye-opening post that exposes the startling fact that American Consumers Dive 5.6 Billion Dollars Deeper in Credit Card Debt in One Month. That’s not the best record to have.
Girls Just Wanna Have Funds has a great series right now and they’re already one week in. Check out 21 Days to Rock Your Finances: Day 7 – Zero Based Budgeting.
If you don’t think you can overcome your debt, you’ll want to read this week’s post by The Family CEO, Debt Payoff Update. She gives the details on how they paid of $40,000 in just over a year.
Man vs. Debt published his Man vs. Debt 2011 Income and Expense Report. The numbers and his advice might surprise you.
This week Get Rich Slowly delved into the old virtue of patience. I was surprised by what they had to say about The Power of Patience.
Main St explains the bad news about How The National Debt Could Hurt Your Wallet.
It’s nearly tax time and many more people will file electronically. If you’ve been wondering how to do just that, you’ll want to read Frugal Zeitgeist’s post on How to File Income Taxes Electronically.