Sunday Money Roundup – Denver, CO Edition.

I am spending a few days up in Denver, CO visiting some friends. It’s always nice to have a change of scenery! While I head out to explore Denver, here are some articles that really caught my eye this past week:

Gather Little By Little wants you to educate yourself on personal finance and money.

Five Cent Nickel has some tips for Surviving Income Tax Season Without an Audit.

Cash Money Life has some great tips for finding Free Stock Trading and Investing Tools.

No Credit Needed shares even more ways about How We Changed Our Family’s Financial Future.

Get Rich Slowly compares free credit report services with Want to See Your Credit Report for Free?

Remodeling This Life reminds us of what is important – seeing the beauty in the everyday.

Living Almost Large is talking about financial mistakes she made. Here is number 2 on the list.

Money Ning has an interesting post up titled “Layoffs or Not, How Some Ways Companies Let Employees Go“. Very interesting stuff here, and glad I work for myself now!

My Dollar Plan wants you to Get Out of Emotional Debt. Now!

Simple.Organized.Life asks “Is It Healthy To Feel Like You Aren’t Doing Enough?

My Two Dollars also participated in the Carnival of Personal Finance this week, with my article “Don’t Bury Your Financial Head In The Sand.”

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  1. Patrick says:

    Have a great time in Denver, Dave! 🙂

  2. LAL says:

    thanks for the mention!

  3. Alexandra says:

    I still have a three pound container of sprinkles in my cupboard to remind me why I should not go to one of those warehouse clubs. The sizes of stuff are too big–it encourages too much wasteful consumption, for me at least. I do better with smaller sizes of more things. Also, a lot of the things that I’ve seen at places like Costco are processed foods. Yes, they have some foods that are not, but somehow, getting 6 Eggos at a time starts to make sense when you’re there, freezer size be damned. And then you HAVE to eat them all fast because you have to “make room.” It could be good for certain kinds of people, but not for me!