Interesting Links for November 6, 2009

by Kevin on November 6, 2009

It’s been a long week and it doesn’t look like we will be slowing down any time soon. My wife’s cake business is going really well and is definitely starting to pick up the pace.

In the meantime, here are some great personal finance articles from around the web. This is a LONG list, but I think they are all really great articles. Please check them out!

I’ll be back Monday with discussions of the home buyer credit extension and shopping for Black Friday and Christmas. Have a great weekend!

  • Bargaineering wants to know if your recession changes will stick (in other words the things that you have done differently in the recession, will you keep doing them? Unfortunately I think for most people they will not. Things will eventually get back to normal and we will move on. This still hasn’t been like the life altering and life scarring Great Depression.)
  • Cash Money Life gives us 2009 year end tax moves. You better hurry… the next thing you know we’ll be popping that champagne for new years!
  • Being Frugal shares a Tightwad Tuesday tip: Photo Christmas cards. You must read this post if only to see the photo of all the members of her family wearing matching pajamas. Awesome.
  • Speaking of the home buyer credit… it has expanded. The Wisdom Journal gives you the details of the new plan.
  • Man vs. Debt shares his tips on travel hacking — how he makes money and gets deals while traveling overseas.
  • Money Ning shares three easy steps to help determine your financial priorities.
  • Debt Free Adventure is reengaging his inner gazelle. It’s back to gazelle intensity in his efforts to pay off debt. Keep it up!


Patrick November 7, 2009 at 9:53 am

Glad to hear the cake business is going well. be fore you know it you will be ordering custom aprons and everything (just make sure you get yours with the No Debt Plan logo). šŸ™‚

Credit Card Chaser November 9, 2009 at 2:13 pm

Thanks for adding the link to the post about starting a business while in college. I have always told people that the best time to start a business is ASAP and college is a great time to do it because usually your bills are low and you usually don’t have the responsibilities of kids and a mortgage payment.

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