Weekend Reading – Financial Literacy month and great blogs supporting it

Weekend Reading – Financial Literacy month and great blogs supporting it

Kudos to Glenn Cooke for organizing a great campaign today in support of Financial Literacy month.  Earlier today, I wrote about My Best Financial Tip and I managed to read a host of other articles on the same topic as well.  Some of those articles are listed below and many others from the blogosphere for your weekend reading.

Don’t forget to enter my giveaway for a FREE copy of Cash Cows, Pigs and Jackpots – the contest closes soon and I will announce the winner next week.  Enjoy the weekend!

The Outlier Model wrote about a plan to pay off $27,000 in student loans.

Boomer & Echo told us why they became a DIY investor.   Here is part of that post:  “I realize not everyone is cut out for investing on their own, and so many people will look for help from a professional advisor.  But it’s important to understand what you’re invested in, and how much it’s costing you, even if you leave the details up to your advisor.”

InsurEye provided 101 tips to save money on insurance.

Rob Carrick pointed folks to a cool website, and I will do the same, find out here how far you can drive after your gas light comes on in the car.

Congratulations to Tim Stobbs, now mortgage free at age 34!

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