Happy Father’s Day to my dad, who I owe much of my success to!
And Happy Father’s Day to every Father out there! I hope that you’re all enjoying a quiet, relaxing weekend with your kids.
Today we’re hosting the Financial Carnival For Young Adults, a collection of some of the best personal finance articles this week!
We’re hosting this week, so while you’re relaxing and enjoying a quiet Father’s Day, enjoy these amazing articles from a few of my favorite personal finance websites. If you’d like to participate in future editions, please submit your article here. Enjoy!
Have an amazing Father’s Day Weekend 😉
Top 10 Articles:
1. Mr. 4HWD @ The Four Hour Work Day writes The Fastest Way to Increase Wealth: Want Less – Personal finance often serve as great resources for those seeking to build wealth and improve their financial standing. The best bloggers offer practical advice and actionable tips while creating a welcoming community for anyone interested in money matters.
2. Jeremy @ Modest Money writes Financial Independence and the College Lifestyle – To be considered independent for purposes of financial aid, students must either be married on the day of the application for financial aid, enrolled in a post-baccalaureate degree program, have children who receive more than half of their financial support from them, have legal dependents who are currently living with them, be at least 24 years old by December 31 of the financial aid award year, had been a ward of the court, currently serving active duty in the armed forces aside from training.
3. Little House @ Little House in the Valley writes How to Budget on a Once a Month Pay Cycle – There are also some challenges associated with getting paid once per month, such as having to plan the due date of all your other bills around the one pay day a month! Yet it’s not an impossible feat.
4. Don @ MoneySmartGuides writes 4 Ways To Save On Internet Costs – The internet is considered a need for many people. But, the internet can cost a pretty penny.
5. John @ Sprout Wealth writes What Investments Should I Invest in My 401k? – Are you in the position of not knowing where to start with your 401k? Your 401k can be a great way to save money for retirement. I hope this post will help get you started investing in your 401k.
6. Jessica Moorhouse @ Mo’ Money Mo’ Houses writes Plan to Retire? Then Stop Giving Your Kids Money! – Lately I’ve been seeing a lot of articles written about how parents may need to rethink their retirement plans because of their Gen Y money-sucking kids. Guess what, the solution to your retirement dilemma is simple. Stop giving your kids money and use it to retire on instead!
7. Larry @ KrantCents writes If You Were Boss – What would you do if you were boss? What if you were boss of the company you work for?
8. Erastus @ Wise Dollar writes How to Make Retirement Planning Easier – What are you currently doing to make your retirement planning easier to manage? Coming up with an investment plan you should be able to make some decent headway towards reaching your specific goals.
9. Alexa @ Single Moms Income writes I Did It……I Opened a Retirement Account – At the beginning of the year I declared that 2014 would be the year I stopped talking about investing and just went for it.
10. Mark Ross @ Money Saving Dude writes 50+ Money Saving Tips From Some of The Best Personal Finance Bloggers Today – Are you looking for ways how to save money? If you are, then let these money-saving tips from some of the best personal finance bloggers today help you.