Become a Financial Guru: 10+ Articles to Read

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  • Roger the Amateur Financier @ The Amateur Financier writes 13 Ways to Control Your Student Debt – With fall upon us, it’s time for the leaves to start changing, the air to start getting brisker, and of course, the students to return to the colleges.
  • Carmen @ Gajizmo writes Random Acts of Kindness – Sometimes we all get so caught up in improving our own lives (finances, family, career, education, health, etc.) that we forget to give back to our community. For this reason, Gajizmo.com donates all ad revenue to charity or uses the funds for random acts of kindness. In keeping with our mission, here is a list of 101 random acts of kindness ideas. If we all do one random act of kindness daily, we just might set the world in the right direction.
  • Minimalist @ Minimalist Finance writes Ways to Save When You Are Travelling – Ways to Save When You Are Travelling has been published on Minimalist FinanceTravelling is one of the most worthwhile activities. Most people learn so much about other cultures and ways of doing things when they travel and seeing the world is important in understanding many issues and points of view.
  • Suba @ Broke Professionals writes Without the Kids – Save Money, Enjoy Life – Having children is one of the most rewarding things we do in life. But if you decide to go a different path, why not explore life these ways.

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  • Grayson @ Debt Roundup writes How You Can Get Rich Quick – The Truth Of Making Fast Cash – So, you want to know how to get rich quick? Doesn’t everyone! I wanted to write this to show you how you can get rich quick and live the life you have always wanted. You might love those late-night infomercials telling you that if you buy their book or course, they will show you how to make so much money that it will be mind-boggling. The only problem is that those people are the only ones getting rich quick. I am going to show you the real truth about making money fast.
  • IMB @ Investing Money writes Getting TechnicalInvesting in the markets can be a challenge, but we can make it easier. Read here for tips on investing and how to invest in the markets today.
  • Mike Collins @ Wealthy Turtle writes Emergency Funds 101 – Smart people have emergency funds to protect them in case of unexpected financial emergencies. Find out how to get started and where to keep your money.
  • KK @ Student Debt Survivor writes Fear: Friend or Foe? – Fear can be both motivating and demotivating. Is fear motivating you or holding you back?
  • Luke @ Learn Bonds writes 6 Things to Like About Treasuries – I am frequently amazed by the plethora of financial pundits that will openly admit they can’t think of any reasons why investors should own Treasuries.
  • Tushar @ Start Investing Money writes Preparing Financially – Is it too early to start thinking about another year? Many would say it is, since we are only just completing the summer months. Halloween is still a long way off, let alone the idea of Christmas and another year beyond it.
  • Tony @ We Only Do This Once writes Downsizing Within Your Home – After our wonderful 7 weeks in Vermont this summer, our family returned to Jersey and instinctively began to get rid of stuff yet again. We have spent the past 2 years seriously decluttering, yet somehow there was even more to do. After almost two months in a small cottage with mostly only necessities, the exercise seemed pretty fluid this time around.
  • Michelle @ The Shop My Closet Project writes Using up my stuff, and debt pay off updates! – Ok, I’m going to admit that I’m beginning to be a little alarmed by how much product I apparently have. Several months ago I decided not only to stop shopping for clothing items, but to use up the product that I have. I’m looking forward to picking up the pace on my debt repayment during the cold weather months.

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