Here’s a little roundup of money resources I’ve come across and bookmarked for you! Read on…
The Simple Dollar’s Trent Hamm did an awesome post recently: Everything I’ve Learned About Personal Finance in 10 Sentences (super useful if you’re inching your way into thinking about this stuff!)
For entrepreneurs, if you’re building a business, you might want to check out this amazing, quick read: Built to Sell: Creating a Business That Can Thrive Without You
Sometimes I feel like blog post titles about money can be a bit misleading or disappointing, but here is one from DailyWorth that had some good tips: 11 Money Mistakes You Probably Don’t Know You’re Making.
It’s hard for people to give money advice if they haven’t experienced where you’re at, which is why I love this article on Lifehacker: The Financial Advice I’m Glad I Ignored When I Was Broke.
Love this compilation of Liz Weston’s favorite money sites broken down by niche; plenty of resources to refer to in a variety of areas (except I’m not on it!?!) :o)
Millennials could stand to learn something about saving for retirement from their elders, according to new data from ADP Research Institute, which parsed payroll data on 9 million U.S. employees age 20 to 69 earning $20,000 or more last year. Check it out!
I love how this travel company breaks down the 8 most common types of travel styles…imagine how much money you save by being on exactly the same page as your travel companion(s) before you even leave your couch!
And if you’re lining up travel plans, this BiddingTraveler website will clue you in on Priceline bidding help and tools you need.