Welcome to the best in finances & productivity for August, 2014.
I have been reading daily.
These are truly the best articles I have found on finances and productivity.
Enjoy the list and be sure to check out the rest of the articles on these blogs.
If it’s on the list, it’s a blog worth reading.
After you read through those, be sure to check out the blogs I nominated for the Liebster Award, as well as my answers to the questions I was asked.
Without further ado, here’s the list…
You’ve watched people dump ice cold water on their heads.
You may have accepted the challenge yourself.
If you’re like me, every time you saw yourself tagged in a post on Facebook, you thought you were getting called out to take the challenge.
One of those times I was right.
I just took the challenge, but I didn’t donate to ALS. I’ll tell you what I did and why in a moment.
First, here is what you need to know about ALS and the ice bucket challenge…
Type “Why Co-Signing” into Google and you will quickly see the suggested searches start with things like:
“Why co-signing is bad”
“Why co-signing is a bad idea”
Have you ever co-signed for someone before?
Or have you ever had someone co-sign for you?
Let’s see why it’s so bad and what you can do instead of co-signing for a friend or family member…
Do you know the total credit card debt of the United States population?
793.1 billion dollars.
Now you know. And now you have a sick feeling in your stomach. At least, I do.
Does that mean credit cards are evil? Nope.
It just means people are
That’s the problem. Here’s how to fix it…
Do you invest in mutual funds?
They are a great way to diversify your money across a spectrum of companies and industries.
But what kind of funds should you be investing in?
There are actively managed funds and passively managed funds.
Which one is better?
The bottom line is this:
Which type of fund will earn you a greater return on your investment?
Let’s take a look…