There are tons of great personal finance articles on the web. Every week, I wade through many of them in search of the best of the best. Here’s my latest highly subjective top 10 list, with 5 from traditional sites and 5 from blogs.
Recall! E-Mail Habits That Could Cost You At Work (via MSNBC.com). Our job is our economic engine. One way to keep it humming is to make sure we’re following proper e-mail protocol.
Go Beyond Referrals to Find a Real Estate Agent (via MarketWatch.com). Buying or selling a home is a lot easier with the right agent. Here are some good ideas for making sure you have the right one on the job.
Back to School Smart Phone Shopping Tricks (via CNNMoney.com). Time- and money-saving ways to use your smart phone to help your kids get ready for school.
18 Tips to Ace Your Job Interview (via USNews.com). If you’re in the market for a new job, review this list before heading out to your next interview.
My Wallet Was Stolen: 4 Lessons Learned (Via Kiplinger.com). This re-run of an older story has timeless lessons about preventing your wallet from being stolen and what to do if it happens to you.
And now, here are five especially helpful personal finance blog posts.
A Wedding Planner’s Top Tips for Cutting Your Big Day Budget (via Mint.com). With the average wedding tab now topping out at over $25,000, here are some good ideas for keeping costs under control.
Seven Frugal Ways to Keep Your Kids Busy This Summer (Via FiveCentNickel.com). Actually, most of these ideas are good year-round.
How Not To Get Promoted (via FreeMoneyFinance.com). Helpful and surprising findings from a new CareerBuilder employer survey of what personal characteristics may keep you from getting ahead.
Is Your Social Media Activity Putting Your Career At Risk? (via MoneyNing.com). A good reminder that what you put on Facebook and other social media sites may come back to haunt you.
How to Make an Efficient Weekly House Cleaning Schedule Template and Checklist Chart (via MoneyCrashers.com). Time is money, so spending less time cleaning is a good thing. Here are some good ideas for staying on top of household chores. It’s a good way to keep the kids involved as well.
Which of these articles did you find most helpful? Anything to add to any of them?
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