I was working on about 8 things earlier… and I had convinced myself that each of them would lead to a great article for you to read. Well, I ran into some roadblocks (both mental and actual) and ended up back at square one. I have some great ideas going, but they need additional time to make sure I have them completely thought out so I can write about them well. In the meantime, I want to send you over to read some great articles that my virtual friends, aquaintances, and just people I admire have posted in the last few days. I spend so much time focusing on this site, that I sometimes forget just how much good work is being done out there. Take a look and see for yourself, and I’ll be back with you in a few days with a fresh article for your enjoyment!
Jon over at DadisLearning talks about turning your expensive iPhone into a moneymaking machine – Making Your Smartphone Pay for Itself
Arnel at MoneySoldiers asks the question – Do You Need an Online Banking Account with a Brick-and-Mortar Location Nearby?
Marvin shares his March 2013 Income for everyone to see (very impressive!)
AYoungPro asks a timely question – Should You Go to College? – the answer may seem simple, but it’s more complicated than you think!
What can you do to save money when buying a car? Well, but something reliable and used. For more strategies – take a look at what Jacob has to say – Save Money On Your Next Car Purchase By Using Unconventional Methods
Martin shares an awesomely technical review of his investment strategy and how it’s been working (or not) for him over at – My Investments 1Q 2013 results
I was pissed that I had to pay $81 to TurboTax for the joy of doing my 2012 taxes – but when I saw Kurt’s tax bill, I felt very lucky (and you probably will to). Take a look as he walks you through Our Tax Pep Bill
Unfortunately, Erin was recently laid off… the good news is that her severance package definitely doesn’t suck. Read all about it as she shares The Financial Side of My Layoff