Personal Finance Tips
Most of the blog posts we write here at MoneyThumb are geared toward accountants, CPAs and bookkeepers, but even those of you are in this field must take care of your own personal finances, and often the personal finances of clients. So today our post is all about personal finance and tips from around the web to help you better handle and manage personal finances.
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Now, on to what we consider the most helpful and relevant links from across the web that will help you with personal finances.
Daily Finance has this great article, 7 Things Financially Successful People Refuse to Do. Of the seven tips my favorite is this one: They refuse to let their current knowledge be enough. This is so true, especially in our modern world where things change so quickly. We must keep up with current trends and keep learning, always.
Forbes Investing section has this helpful article from Fidelity Voice about saving for retirement. Some really awesome tips to help make your retirement much more stable.
Investopedia offers some very helpful tips for personal finance success. One tip that truly stands out for me is this one: Create a Retirement Roadmap. Good stuff there.
Huffington Post Business has this article, 3 Bluntly Simple Personal Finance Tips that Work Miracles. A tall order, and you may be surprised at what it contains. Be sure to read this one.
If you only read one of the article offered in this post, read this one, 26 Personal Finance Tips from Famous People, offered by Life Hack. It is all about quotes concerning personal finance and I am sure you will find a jewel you can apply to your own personal finances. This one is my favorite: “It takes as much energy to wish as it does to plan.” -Eleanor Roosevelt.
This great article from Quicken, Conquer Your Fear of Investing, has some very helpful tips for young investors, or those who have always been afraid of investing. It is in a question and answer format, with the most pertinent questions and the answers to follow. Good stuff.
To wind up this blog post, watch the following video, also from Quicken, Five Tips for a Healthy Credit Score - Quicken Personal Money Management Tips