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Easter Week Blog Round Up

Here are some great articles from other personal finance blogs I follow, check out these them out for the best interest rates, secure online transactions, 11 great tools, devices to lower auto insurance premiums, and 2009 tax refund.

11 great tools everyone should have, from Money Talks News

15 tips for secure online financial transactions, from Moneyning

Best Available Interest Rates March, from My Money Blog

Would you install a device to lower your insurance premiums, from Bargaineering

5 Home Maintenance projects to save you money, from Money Smart Life

Time is running out to claim your 2009 tax refund, from Smart Tax Tips

7 Great Articles from Other Personal Finance Blogs

Here are some great articles from various personal finance blogs I follow, from insurance to good coffee makers, and from cheap nutrition to entrepreneurial success.

  1. 7 Inexpensive Powerhouse Foods to Add to Your Diet for National Nutrition Month, from PT Money
  2. Why Frugality Matters, from the Simple Dollar
  3. Insurance: An easier way to comparison shop, from Get Rich Slowly
  4. The Five Best Coffee Makers, from Wise Bread
  5. Pay Off Mortgage Early vs. Save More For Retirement?, from Digging Deep Into The Details
  6. Should You Itemize or Take the Standard Deduction?, from Smart Tax Tips
  7. 5 Reasons Entreprenuers succeed, from Good Financial Cents

7 Great Articles from the Blogosphere

There are many great personal finance blogs that publish articles on a vast array of subjects. Check out some of these really informative recent blog posts:

  1. Should you trade in or sell your car? From One Money Design
  2. 4 Investment alternatives to equities, from Money Smart Life
  3. What you should or shouldn’t buy at drug stores, from Money Talks News
  4. Small Business Resources from the IRS, from Smart Tax Tips
  5. 4 Things to make you spend more money at the grocery store, from the Consumerist
  6. Sneaky strategies at your local grocery store, from Get Rich Slowly
  7. A well designed organization system can save you money, from Gather Little by Little

 

Most Popular MoneyEducate Personal Finance Articles of 2012

2012 was the first full year I have been consistently blogging at MoneyEducate, and the following articles were the some of the most popular ones of last year. This is a pretty good mix of articles about saving money and general financial planning topics.

  1. Hyundai and Kia overstated gas mileage
  2. Best and worst fitness values
  3. Low cost smartphone alternatives
  4. Pros and cons of being rich
  5. Is a car lease a fleece?
  6. Eye glass monopoly
  7. Should I buy a saab?
  8. 14 most fuel efficient cars
  9. How to help others financially
  10. IRA withdrawal rules
  11. College education tax deductions and credits
  12. How to sell your scrap gold
  13. Are Medicare Part B premiums increasing in 2014 247%?
  14. What are the best savings account rates does it matter?
  15. Costco cost savings and warnings
  16. Why did the Facebook IPO fail?
  17. Budgeting for extra charitable donations
  18. Should I buy an e-reader and the benefits of waiting?
  19. How to drop expensive PMI from mortgage
  20. Home vacuum and steam vac best buys

Friday Blog Roundup

Around the financial blogosphere there were several noteworthy articles that I thought were worth reading:

Friday 2/17/12 Blog Roll, Great Reads from Other Blogs

The following are great articles this week from other personal finance blogs that I follow:

Friday 2/10/12 Blog Roll, Great Reads from Other Blogs

The following are great articles this week from other personal finance blogs that I follow:

Friday 2/3/12 Blog Roll, Great Reads from Other Blogs

The following are great articles this week from other personal finance blogs that I follow:

Friday 1/27/12 Blog Roll, Great Reads from Other Blogs

The following are great articles this week from other personal finance blogs that I follow:

Friday Blog Roll 1/20/12, Great Reads from Other Blogs

The following are good articles from other personal finance blogs that I follow:

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