Personal Finance Week in Review – May 15
Well, the week has gone by pretty quickly here at Spending It — with “SaveIt” on his way to France and me, “SpendIt”, getting ready for a road trip. Still, since our last Personal Finance Week in Review, I think we’ve gotten out some thought-provoking articles, such as:
- A discussion of whether you can be Too Young for Investing in Bonds;
- A sobering check on your saving/spending philosophy with What if I Die Before I Retire?; and
- A look at the often under-appreciated Three Biggest Opportunities to Save Money.
When we next hear from “SaveIt”, he should be blogging from France, and putting his Currency Exchange For Travel information to good use. Until then, we’ve rounded up some personal finance advice from around the blogosphere for your reading pleasure:
- My Wife Quit Her Job reminds us that Entrepreneurship Doesn’t Have to be About the Next Big Thing
- Money Ning show us How to Trick Your Spouse into Sticking with a Budget
- Yielding Wealth asks Will Your Local Bank Be Getting TARP Money
- Free From Broke has folks fired up because Credit Cards are a Heated Topic; and
- Stretchy Dollar invites you to Set Your Own Interest Rate.
And there you have it, some great personal finance blog articles to get you through the weekend!Tags: investing in bonds, opportunities to save money, Personal Finance Advice, Personal Finance Articles, Personal Finance Blog