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Sunday Money Roundup – The Snow Is Back Edition.

OK, so after a few weeks of 50-60 degree temps, now we have a ton of snow on the ground. Guess winter was not really done with us yet after all! Thankfully I figured out how to get the top back on the Jeep (although I remember now how much of a pain in the arse it is to get it back on!). Anyway, while I get the shovel back out, here are some articles that caught my eye this past week:

Gather Little By Little talks about delayed gratification and teaching his son to save and work towards the things he wants. Great lesson here.

Cash Money Life compares 529 College Savings Plans vs. Coverdell ESA.

My Dollar Plan teaches you how to get started in real estate investing.

Generation X Finance talks about Investing in Your Most Valuable Asset – Invest in Yourself!

Good Financial Cents wants to help you teach your kids the value of money management.

Almost Frugal has a great post up titled “Being Frugal is Being Different“.

The Digerati Life has some advice that will help you for next year’s tax return – Preparing My Income Tax Return: How I Organize My Tax Documents.

Are You Going To Be This Way The Rest of The Time I Know You? talks about forgiveness and the value in it. A must read.

Moolanomy has some investing advice in “Investing In Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities“.

Remodeling This Life talks about getting back to basics. I love these kind of posts, they really hit home for me.


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  1. Thanks for the link, David! I, too, enjoyed the post about forgiveness.

  2. BeThisWay says:

    Hi David, and thanks for the link. I’m glad Emily liked it, too!

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