Daily Money Articles

February 15, 2013 — 1 Comment

Today’s theme seems to be “the most obvious posts in the world”… there are a few interesting ones though:

Bars, restaurants, real estate agents and even strip clubs that rely on the often extravagant spending of bankers in London’s financial district are reporting a decline in trade from steep job losses and cuts in bonuses. (Yahoo Finance)

5 Retirement Savings Strategies for 2013 – A cornerstone of retirement savings is time — the longer you save, the more you’ll end up with, thanks to compounding interest. (Yahoo Finance)

For those who are looking for ways to pay those student loans off faster, here are four solid tips that can get you debt-free quickly. (2. Make more frequent (or bigger) payments. / 3. Earn more income to put toward loans.) DUHHHHHHHHH (Yahoo Finance)

The Biggest Financial Asset in Your Portfolio Is You (Yahoo Finance)

In other words, older siblings hold themselves to personalized standards, while younger siblings base their standards off of the goals of others around them.  Trying to raise a little entrepreneur in your footsteps?  Take heed: “Birth order [doesn’t matter] so much as the responsibility and expectations of behavior that are placed on kids,” she says (Yahoo)



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One response to Daily Money Articles

  1. These articles are really interesting. I especially appreciate your “Duh” commentary on paying a student loan faster… LOL.

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