Here’s what I found in my latest journey through the personal finance cyberspace – 10 articles that will help you win with money.
Open Low Minimum Roth IRAs for Kids (Kiplinger’s). Kids who contribute to a Roth IRA will head into adulthood with a great financial advantage. Here are three companies with kid-friendly requirements.
How to Master the Art of Negotiation (US News). It’s amazing what you can get if you just speak up. We recently had a not-so-great hotel experience, so I brought it to the attention of the chain’s customer service department. I didn’t even make a specific request, but they credited my loyalty account with 50,000 points!
5 Things I Look for In a Great Job Interview (Inc). Words of wisdom from one who has interviewed lots of candidates.
Job Hunters Still Not Careful on Social Media: Study (MSNBC). Your resume is a carefully crafted work of art, but what about your social media presence?
Tweet Your Way to a New Job: 8 Twitter Templates (CBS MoneyWatch). Are you using Twitter as part of your job search?
And from the blogosphere…
What’s Next After Debt Freedom? (The Simple Dollar). It’s always encouraging to hear about people gaining true financial freedom. This post also reinforces the importance of Knowing the Why Behind Your Goals.
Financial Goals That Are Easy to Accomplish (Canadian Finance Blog). This list includes several important steps people often put off. It’s well worth it to review this list and schedule these activities.
A Crash Course in Couponing 101 (One Money Design). Good advice for getting value from using coupons without making it a second job.
The Ins and Outs of Getting and Using Your Free Credit Report (The Consumerist). When was the last time you checked your credit reports? Here’s how to do it and what to look for.
9 Healthy Habits to Help You Manage E-Mail Overload (Lifehack). It’s so tempting to check e-mail throughout the day, but the advice in this post is consistent with that of other productivity experts.
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