What to Read to Know More About Finances

  • Evan @ Financial Independence.org writes Understanding Diamond Prices – It’s time for me to buy an engagement ring – better learn about what affects diamond prices!
  • Bargain Babe @ BargainBabe.com writes Save Money On Groceries: Stop Buying These Foods – Save money on groceries by never buying these 25 foods again. You’ll be surprised how much money you can save!
  • John S @ Frugal Rules writes Cancel Your Cable, Save Thousands and Become More Productive – Spending money on cable television can often cost you over $100 per month and can add up quickly. If you’re looking to cut costs, save money and become more productive then cutting the cord can be a great option to look at.
  • Investor Junkie @ Investor Junkie writes You’re Always Working for “The Man” – Even when owning a business you are still working for “the man”, but it is possible to make it less painful. Keep reading to find out how.

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  • Paul @ The Frugal Toad @ The Frugal Toad writes 5 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Expect an Inheritance – Many adult children expect to receive an inheritance from their parents. Recent studies suggest a drastically different scenario. Not only will most retirees not leave an inheritance to their children, but they will also have a difficult time making ends meet in retirement. Here are several reasons why expecting an inheritance might not be in your future.
  • Mr.CBB @ Canadian Budget Binder writes The cost of being too nice – How far will you go to please people? It’s not easy to say no to people especially if they are your loved ones. Read 2 stories about a mother who would do anything for her children and a second story about a father to a young girl who he spoiled and how he is tired all the time yet keeps trying to make everyone smile.
  • Bryce @ Save and Conquer writes Create a Living Will (aka, Advanced Health Care Directive) at No Cost – This post is about creating a living will, also known as an Advanced Health Care Directive. A living will is very different from a last will and testament, in that a living will describe what you want to be done to yourself while you are still living.
  • Pauline @ Make Money Your Way writes How I made $1,000s thanks to my mum – I explain how I made $1,000s thanks to my mum referring some work over to me, and how you should use your network to make more money.
  • Pauline @ Reach Financial Independence writes Would you buy a 5 bedrooms, $100 house? – Detroit is dirt cheap, is it time to invest?
  • Thomas @ Finance Inspired writes Top 3 Most Challenging Jobs in Finance – Fancy working in finance? Here are the top 3 most challenging professions in the sector
  • John @ Wild About Finance writes Banking Safely and Current Social Changes – Keep up to date with new methods of banking
  • John @ Cough Up The Dough writes Get Credit Cards for Specific Purposes – Be sensible and get credit cards for specific purchases, like this
  • Joe Saul-Sehy @ www.stackingbenjamins.com writes My wife is pregnant — Is it the right time to purchase life insurance? – When is the right time to purchase a life insurance policy? This article discusses the importance of life insurance at varying stages of life to help put everything into perspective.
  • MakintheBacon @ MakintheBacon writes Overcoming Obstacles: Obstacle Course Race Running – I describe my hatred for running and the need to challenge myself by trying an obstacle course race35998954
  • Arnel Ariate @ Money Soldiers writes 5 Ways to Save on an Engagement Ring – While spending on engagement rings may seem steep to many, luckily, there are some techniques to getting around the social faux pas. So if your wife-to-be is stressing you to spend all that on a ring, follow these tips.