Here is May’s review of blog posts. We hope you find something you enjoy!

 

Get Rich SlowlyClassifying Wants and Needs – Sometimes the line between a want and a need isn’t clear.

 

Get Rich SlowlyAsk the Readers: One Expense Leads to Another? – It’s possible for one small expenditure to lead to many more different expenditures without realizing how it happened.

 

Len Penzo dot ComIs it Okay to Eat Foods Past Their Expiration Dates? – Before throwing food away because it’s past it’s expiration date, make sure the food is actually expired! It can save you quite a bit of money.

 

The Simple Dollar Try Using the Snowflake Method – Extend your “debt snowball” by adding some “snowflakes.”

 

Wise Bread 13 Things to Teach Your Kids About Credit Cards – Make sure your to educate your kids about credit cards before they have a chance to get into trouble.

 

Please let us know if you have a favorite financial blog that you think we should be reading.

 

 

  • Disclaimer: The information on this blog is not meant for specific financial advice. The ideas/opinions stated are not suited for everyone, and readers should use their own judgment in applying them in their financial lives.

 

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