Here’s a little Sunday reading for you from some fellow bloggers:
The Yakezie Challenge
The Yakezie Challenge is a group of personal finance bloggers who are working together to promote and improve their blogs through mutual promotion. When we promote good content, we all win!
Each week, a “carnival” will be hosted by a Yakezie member. The carnival links you to a selected article from each Yakezie member. This week’s carnival was hosted by Jeff from Deliver Away Debt. Jeff’s hardcore about paying off his bills, and has taken a weekend pizza delivery job to speed up the process, pulling down about $1,500/month doing so!
Here’s this week’s Yakezie Carnival hosted by Deliver Away Debt.
Outside of the Yakezie Challenge, here’s a few articles that caught my eye:
PT over at ptMONEY reveals how you can compare 401(k) performances with BrightScope.
‘Kita at Personal Finance Journey gives us the 5 Lessons from her encounter with a financial advisor.
Punch Debt In The Face wonders if he should keep his money in savings, or pay off a debt?
Jim at Bargaineering has a not-so-whacky idea to lower taxes on interest earned from savings — maybe then we’d save more?
Don from Money Reasons gave his thoughts on allowances for kids. I disagreed to a point on his philosophy, but show his link some love — go read the article and tell him what YOU think!
MyMoneyMinute on the Web
Have a great weekend!