In about 8 days, my wife and I are leaving for Mexico to go to a friends wedding…and take a vacation, at the same time. Since we are flying all the way down there anyway, we decided to tack on a few extra days for ourselves. I cannot wait! While I sit around watching the calendar, check out some articles I found interesting this week.
Clever Dude has a good series on choosing a health care plans right now. It’s so damn confusing, so if you need help check out these posts.
MoneyNing does the right thing and does not file and insurance claim on something he could have easily gotten away with. It’s scary how many people do this kind of thing, only to cause the rest of us to payer higher premiums.
Frugal For Life has a great post about alternatives to paper products. I am all about helping the environment and saving money, so I loved this post!
Money, Matters & More Musings talks about 9 year olds and gadgets. I am a firm believer that kids today have way too much crap and am glad I had the outdoors to play in rather than sitting in front of a TV with a video game.
No Credit Needed has Day 29 of 33 Days And 33 Ways To Save Money And Reduce Debt: Don’t Feel Bad For Keeping Things Simple. Heed this advice!
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Dough Roller says Achieving Financial Freedom Is Simple, But Not Easy. I look forward to this series of posts!
Single Guy Money uses his emergency fund…to help a friend. No matter what the use, an emergency fund is good to have. Nice going!
Plonkee Money asks “When is a sale not a sale?“. For me, it’s when you don’t need it in the first place, but Plonkee’s story is from a different angle.
Paid Twice talks health insurance plans – that’s a tough choice to make. Those plans don’t seem to fair, if you ask me. Our plan has a high deductible, but all generics are $10 and doctor’s visits are covered except a $40 co-pay.
Moolanomy has a nightmare home renovation project – ah, the benefits of home ownership!
Gather Little By Little writes a letter to the person who stole his debit card.
DebtFREE Revolution talks about giving to charity and not being debt free.
Christian Personal Finance has tips for saving time on your PC. Of course, being a Mac guy I already save time. 😉
Being Frugal has some tips on planning a frugal birthday party. With parents spending thousands on children’s parties nowadays, this is a breath of fresh air!