Here are some posts from other bloggers that caught my eye:
Guzzo the Contrarian writes about Arizona tax lien certificates. I remember these being vaguely mentioned as superior to bank CDs in the Rich Dad, Poor Dad book series. I’m sure these involve more risk, so while I don’t believe that, it would be interesting to see how much these pay in my area.
Madame X shares how she successfully tracks her spending by using a PDA. I found it amusing that her old unsuccessful method is pretty much my current one – buy everything with a credit card, and count all the ATM withdrawals as either food, coffee, or beer. She lists some useful PDA financial software.
Jane Dough brings up the always-controversial subject of engagement rings and has some wise and practical thoughts. You can read my opinion on diamonds here. In short, like everything else in relationships, it all boils down to communication! There is no right or wrong. Every couple should do what’s right for themselves.
Mighty Bargain Hunter counts out 16 ways being disorganized costs you money. I think the main way disorganization costs you money is because it costs you time. Time that could be spent improving your career, executing money-making ideas, or learning more about investing.
By Jonathan Ping | General | 1/17/07, 9:51pm