I am part of the Yakezie Network, which consists of many like-minded individuals who enjoy writing about finances. Whatever our ultimate objective, one thing is for sure, we all spend an absorbant amount of time researching and writing articles from the layman’s perspective, which strives to make learning about personal finances easier, more fun, and more thought-provoking than the main stream media.
If I recommend an article, it’s because it’s packed with a bunch of powerful information in just a short post. I can write about these articles, but why should I when the information in the following links are just as good, or even better than the ones I would write.
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Making Extra Money
PT Money writes about 52 Ways to Make Extra Money for anyone who has been struggling to increase their income.
Oblivious Investor has a great post about when and how to invest in one of the most asked questions, How Much Should I Save Per Year? I definitely agree that there are many factors that should be weighed before throwing out generalizations such as, save 10% of your income.
Thought Provoking Articles About Money
April is actually Financial Literarcy Month, and Jeff over at Deliver Away Debt, is celebrating each day by asking a different question about personal finance and how it relates to your situation. Yesterday he asked, When Saving Money, What Should Be Your First Priority?
Bonds are one of those things that you either know or don’t know. Here are a few articles that teaches the basics of bonds.
MoneyCone, teaches us about a fundamental stock concept, the stock beta, in Market Volatility, Can You Stomach It.
Mark, at Buy Like Buffet teaches us what “market cap” is in his article, Market Caps and How They Relate to Your Investment Strategy.
Joe, at JoeTaxpayer, debunks the myth that “only the rich pays no taxes” in his post, Who Pays No Tax at All?. He shows how it is possible for a married couple earning $55k annually can pay no taxes at all if they tax advantage of the right investment vehicles.
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