As always, last week was filled with numerous thought provoking articles from several dozen bloggers. There doesn’t ever seem to be a shortage of posts that leave an impression on me any given week. So without further ado, in no particular order, here are my top 5 favorite posts of the week!
Financially Consumed explains why talking money is no longer considered taboo. Personally I think it’s about time! It’s OK to discuss your finances, especially when you need help with them!
Just a little reminder at Free From Broke about what perks you could be missing out on with your current credit card. Trust me, each and every one of them is important!
Not all personal finance bloggers are ALL finance ALL the time. Just to prove it, stop by One Cent at a Time to read about the non-financial concerns of retiring early.
Sustainable Personal Finance discusses Cross Border Shopping. It’s a great read, and you might be surprised what you can buy on the cheap from another country. I used to buy ALL of my college textbooks from other countries, it’s a little known fact that international versions are near identical and a fraction of the price.
Investing in dividend stocks is nothing new, but we need a constant reminder of what a great investment they can in an uncertain market! Aaron Hung lends us his opinion