Every week thousands of great personal finance articles get published. Heck, I published nine articles last week alone spanning across three great websites (including FF). Some articles don’t get enough praise, and others get more than their fair share, but every article shares hard work and thoughts put into it in order to be published.
Here’s this weekend’s Finance Fox Weekend Recap. We hope you enjoy this week’s recap with 7 great reads you might have missed, and see us again right here next weekend where we’ll do it all over again.
Modest Money – We’ve all heard of the “Latte Factor” somewhere at some point, but do we know exactly what it means? Here’s a great post of MM explaining the latte factor.
Sustainable Personal Finance – It’s never good to keep up with the Joneses, as we rarely know the full story, and the why’s, what’s, and how’s. RateSupermarket recently did a survey that discovered that 38.8 per cent of Canadians have more than $5,000 on their credit cards. Interesting figure never the less, so Miranda wrote a great post on the survey, and why you don’t want to keep up with the joneses.
And Then She Saved – For all those married couple, particularity those with kids, there will be a point of time when you’ll take time off to be with your kids, and a time that you’ll need to head back to work. Here’s one couple’s story on staying home with the kids or returning to work to payoff debts.
Work Save Live – Planning to sell your home in the future? Here are 7 things you should know if you’re selling your home for the first time.
Passive Cleaning Income – Got $200? I’m sure you do, so here are six businesses you can start for under $200. And none of the six start-up businesses are illegal :)
Give Me Back Five Bucks – Losing your job can be a huge blow to your self-confidence. It can kill your spirit, send you spiraling into depression, and drain your bank account. Here’s a post on how to survive unemployment.
My Own Advisor – We’ve often heard the saying, “It’s never too late to plan for retirement”, but how much truth there is in that? Mark shares his blunt answer that may disgust some 50 year olds or those just around the corner in his post called – Age 50 is too late to start saving for retirement.
Have a fabulous rest of the weekend!