I’ve been surfing the web a little this past month, specifically looking at personal finance information. It might have started with talking to those young whipper snappers at Starbucks. It might have been that the Tax Man approacheth. It might have been that I’m seeing progress in our France account.
It might have been that I read Amy’s book and feel newly inspired. It might have been that I saved several hundred dollars on last month’s Pantry Challenge. It may have been that rush of getting some great deals at the grocery store last week.
Overall, I am again amazed that a little effort and a lot of self-control can produce some great things.
Here are a few helpful personal finance resources on the web:
- Wise Bread – a site dedicated to living large on a small budget. I love the great mix of ideas and seasons of life represented.
- America Saves Week – we are not the only weird people in the world. There are other people saving their hard-earned greenbacks! Check out America Saves Week for ideas and inspiration.
- America Saves – an organization dedicated to helping individuals save money, reduce debt, and build wealth.
- Dave Ramsey – you know I’m a fan. This man helped us find financial freedom.
- Choose to Save – a national public education and outreach program dedicated to raising awareness about the need to plan and save for long-term personal financial security.
While I have no qualms about striking a new path and doing something different than the crowd, it’s nice to know there are other folks around to help you accomplish great things.
What’s a favorite personal finance resource of YOURS?
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