50+ Money Saving Tips From Some of The Best Personal Finance Bloggers Today

50+ Money Saving Tips From Some of The Best Personal Finance Bloggers Today Some excellent advise here. Be sure to read all 50 and implement as many as you feel are appropriate for you. My favorite is from Erin of Broke Millennial. She suggests that you “pay yourself first.” As many of you know, I am a firm believer in this as well.

Take Free Personal Finance Classes with Coursera This is a great idea; you can take college-level courses for free. If you’re not familiar with Coursera, it’s basically a site that lets you watch and interact with University lectures for free, at your own pace. You can chat with other students in the forums, complete coursework and track your progress. Of course, you can educate yourself about much of this stuff online, but the interaction and organization of a syllabus can be helpful.

The Personal Finance Quiz While this quiz my be a year old now, it is still very pertinent today. Here’s your chance to put your knowledge to the test. Their 12-question quiz offers valuable insights for everyone, novices and experts alike. See how your knowledge compares with other quiz takers, and learn as you answer our fun and informative queries.

Best Personal Finance Advice for New Grads Another link to an article from Kiplinger’s. Have you ever wished that you could give your former self some advice? Unfortunately, we can’t help you go back to high school and stop you from tattooing your then-favorite singer’s face on your shoulder. But the advise in this article can help you look back several years from now and not similarly regret your money mistakes. Definitely check this one out; it’s really not just for recent graduates.
6 Personal Finance Lessons All High School Graduates Should Know Only 17 states in the U.S. require high school students to take a personal finance course, according to a 2014 survey by the Council for Economic Education. Many American students graduate from high school without knowing even the basics of money management – and then they immediately take on student loan debt to help pay for college without understanding the scope of that debt.  Whether they’re going on to college, entering the working world, joining the service or traveling, high school graduates should know these personal finance basics.


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