This was an exciting week for my family! My daughter got another goal. But even more impressive was that my son’s team won their divisional soccer championship!
I introduced my first comic strip on the moneyreasons.com website! It might not look like much, it will grow into something more (I hope).
My Favorite Reads of the Week:
Budgeting In The Fun Stuff: (Fit in a Fun Friday – The Renaissance Festival) BIFS brings up a potentially super fun time at this festival. While I think that my wife and I will enjoy this too, I’m even more excited for my kids. It should be a great experience! Thanks BIFS for expanding my entertainment arsenal.
Everyday Thoughts and Tips: (To Annuity or Not to Annuity….) Kris does an excellent analysis of Annuities! The commenters further expand the topic, it’s a great read check it out if you want to know about annuities!
Financial Samurai: (How To Make Six Figures A Year At Almost Any Age) Sam is a great wordsmith, but an even better controversy creator! He makes a great and convincing argument that almost anyone can make six figures, and I have to admit what he says rings true. Since I don’t quite make six figures, the words also make me wince a bit. Check out his post see if you agree!
First Gen American.com: (Settling Estate Disputes – Babci Style) – A battle between the mother and father of Sandy over their house. It was a horrible battle, and you learn about how bad Sandy’s dad was. Check it out!
Len Penzo: (19 Tips for Saving a Bundle of Money on Home Appliances) Len introduces some great tips for buying home appliances! I have to admit, he includes a few that were new to me! If you looking to buy or replace an appliance, check out his site first!
The Millionaire Nurse Blog: (Poverty Level is 14%:What Say You?) This article looks at this 14% statistic from an absolute logical perspective. I missed this article, and I thought it deserved to be reviewed! So go read the article and tell Dean what you think!
Watson Inc: (The Problem with Being Budget Minded is Other People) Roshawn does an excellent job of explaining why the group of friends you hang around can make a huge difference in your ability to save money. Check out his great entertaining article!
My Favorite Post from the Week:
This week, my favorite post was: Financial Lesson For My Son – Savings. My son started saving money and keeping track of it all by himself! I was impressed!