What do you get when sixteen personal finance bloggers get together and produce an e-book titled Money Matters for All Ages? You get a forty-two page compendium of posts applicable to anyone and everyone, regardless of your age, income level, or personal finance “maturity.” It’s really a great little package starting as young as “infant” (it’s really suggestions for parents to do on behalf of their children, such as open up high yield savings accounts) and as old (or good, if you prefer) as “retirees.” It has all sorts of active links, just as the original posts did, as well as the original pictures.
- ANN WILLIAMS:
- Kristin Wong:
- Here's where to stash your cash while waiting for the Fed to finally raise interest rates, probably this fall
- Summer music festivals on the cheap...Or what passes for cheap in these days of inflated prices
- Skip the pricey car dealership ... I fixed a keyless remote myself and so can you
- Those heavily promoted $10-a-month gym memberships are great ... But will you ever go?
- How to get people to buy your junk ... A guide to selling almost anything on Facebook groups
- How To Win McDonald’s Monopoly Game (2679)
- How To Win McDonald’s Monopoly Game (2010) (2008)
- $7500 First Time Homebuyer Tax Credit (1255)
- How To Win McDonald’s Monopoly Game (2012) (1136)
- United First Financial Money Merge Accounts: Scam or Legit? (1078)
- Rent Forever, Don’t Buy A Home (1074)
- Making Home Affordable Mortgage Refinance & Modification Program (994)
- How To Win McDonald’s Monopoly Game, 2013 Edition (813)
- I Hate U-Haul Truck Rental (And So Does Everyone Else) (802)
- Costco’s Incredible Return Policy (746)
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