Welcome to the May 31, 2013 edition of Aspiring Blogger – Personal Finance Carnival! I’m happy to report that I am very pleased with the number of articles that were submitted for today’s carnival. Unlike the my previous carnival, this one had 19 submissions – of which I felt 11 were good enough to share with you! All of the authors have put a lot of effort into writing their articles, so please take a few minutes and click through to read each one that interests you. If you’re interested in participating in the next blog carnival, you can find out details here or submit your post here! Thanks for stopping by!
Mr.CBB presents A Love Letter And Life Lessons: Money Fool To A Budgeting Money Saver! posted at Canadian Budget Binder, saying, “A love letter taught me a life lesson steering me away from becoming a money fool and into a budgeting money saver. Take responsibility for your actions and remember that good looks don’t last forever.”
Rowan Wellington presents 24 Month Expense Planner posted at Best Personal Financial Planning Software, saying, “This free monthly expense planner covers 24 months and allows you to define your own expense categories and to set up month by month expense budgets for each of your budgetary expense categories.”
Christine Chiang presents Do Budgets Really Work? posted at The Pursuit of Green, saying, “This article is about starting a budget and trying to stick to it. I am a beginner at budgets and have just started so have that viewpoint.”
Fitz Villafuerte presents How Much Money Do You Need To Feel Rich? posted at Ready To Be Rich, saying, “Oftentimes, we focus on the money and not on our goals. This post reminds everyone that money, without concrete goals, will never give us happiness and contentment.”
David Smith presents How to Stop the Financial Bleeding Due to Loss of Income From Illness posted at Personal Bankruptcy Blog, saying, “If you’re ill and unable to work, these tips can help you minimize the financial damage that comes from loss of income.”
Sydney Bell presents 10 of the Best iPhone Apps for Price Comparisons posted at Longhorn Leads, LLC, saying, “The savings are out there, but with so much competition for your patronage, it’s hard to know when you’re actually getting the lowest prices. Knowing how to find discounts, deals and coupons will ensure that your cash is well spent.”
John Schmoll presents Online Brokerages I’ve Used: Etrade Review posted at Frugal Rules, saying, “There are many online brokerages to use as you look to invest in the stock market. The good ones are there to meet your needs and help make sure you’re doing what you can to be investing for things like retirement.”
Edward Webber presents How Much Can You Earn Without Paying Taxes 2013? posted at TaxFix Feed Update, saying, “Do you want to know how much you can earn without paying any tax in the UK? This article provides all the details and how the limit has been increased.”
That concludes this edition. I want to thank everyone who submitted a post, I think my pep talk from the last carnival must have made a difference! Make sure you take some time to read the posts that interest you (or just read all of them for the heck of it – they’re good!). Let me know in the comments what you thought of them.
Submit your article to the next edition of Aspiring Blogger – Personal Finance Carnival using the carnival submission form. Past posts and future edition information can be found on my blog carnival index page.