#034 — Links O’ The (Mid-)Week, Part 2
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Links O’ The (Mid-)Week
Here’s some more articles I found interesting enough to pass along to you:
Blog Talk Radio
If you’re into podcasts, some fellow Personal Finance bloggers host their own internet radio show:
- Get Rich Slowly & Bargaineering co-host Personal Finance Hour. Their inaugural show was this week – go check it out!
- Frugal Upstate & Being Frugal co-host Frugal Coast 2 Coast. Jenn & Lynnae put on a great show.
Simple Marriage gives us 20 Must-Read Blogs for Married People.
Cash Money Life provides a guest post by Neal of Wealth Pilgrim on Creating a Financial Continuation Plan for Your Family.
Money Mate Kate talks Unmarried Couples: Borrowing/Lending.
Fiscal Fizzle recommends Using A Monthly Report To Discuss Money With Your Spouse. I’m looking forward to seeing a template of his report.
The Simple Dollar gives us 10 iPhone & iTouch Applications For Personal Finance Success.
Christian PF proclaims The 23 Best Freeware Programs For Windows.
Everything Finance gives us the 10 Investing Habits of Rich People.
Prime Time Money shows us 5 Reasons NOT To Borrow From Your 401k.