I am not in a good mood this morning as the Red Sox got obliterated last night in extra innings. And once again, I blame Eric Gagne. If you don’t know or don’t care who he is, you are not missing anything. And on that note, here are some articles I found interesting this week:
Silicon Valley Blogger asks When are we being penny-wise and pound foolish? The risks of being the “wrong kind” of frugal.
Consumerism Commentary discusses Surviving and Thriving on $12K a year. As much as I would like to do that, I know it is impossible here and a big part of that equation has to be your location.
No Credit Needed continues his series Day 26 of 33 Days And 33 Ways To Save Money And Reduce Debt with Give Yourself A (Pretend) Pay Cut. I couldn’t agree more!
Mighty Bargain Hunter wants to know – separate or combined checking accounts for you married people? Ours are all combined…everything…and we have not had any issues. Yet.
Five Cent Nickel has begun looking into tax-advantaged options for their cash holdings and helps to Make Sense of Tax Efficient Money Funds.
Money Ning answers your question “What is Considered a Low Cost Index Fund?”
Punny Money lets us in on the Mean Things Retailers Do That Piss Me Off. Number One on the list? Refusing to honor price mistakes.
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Paid Twice – “Stuff” and My Daughter’s First Birthday – “She’ll have lots to open from the grandparents, after all, and I don’t want to buy her presents just to buy her presents, if you understand what I mean. I am trying to reduce “stuff” not accumulate even more of it for no reason except to say I bought something for her birthday.” – A constant battle amongst my “parent” friends.