The Carnival of Financial Planning brings the best financial articles and blog posts of the week together in one place. These Carnivals are fantastic resources and I highly recommend that you check it out.
Of course the reason I’m telling you about it is that I have a post that has been featured:
What Next presents Options to Track Your Spending posted at What Next, saying, “I don’t really care where you spend your money but the key to success is that you know where you spend your money. Tracking your spending is crucial to success. Below are what I call the big three methods of doing this with pros and cons for each. Pick the one that works best for you.”
There are other articles that sound really good as well.
Beating Broke has a post called I Quit My Job: Overcoming the Fear and talks about a concept that is important to success, careful decision making. “One question I’ve been asked over and over when talking about quitting my job is how I overcame the fear of not being able to find a new job, or not being able to pay my bills. Obviously, both of those questions played a part in the decision. My answer might surprise some. I didn’t.”
Another post I’m interested in is by LaTisha called How You Can Build Wealth posted at Financial Success for Young Adults , saying, “Building wealth takes time and knowledge. There is no get rich quick method. There are a few ways to begin building wealth. Passive income is the key.” I can’t agree more!
There are 88 articles in total. Sounds overwhelming, but it is a great resource for anyone interested in financial success!
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