As I was browsing personal finance blogs for this week's
roundup, I came across a headline on a
Get Rich Slowly
post that looked promising:
6 Financial Products That Made the Nice List (and 6
. As I delved into it, I realized that the advice was indeed sound
because it came from Kiplinger's -- yes, this is a shameless plug.
April Dykman of Get Rich Slowly had interviewed Kiplinger Associate
Editor Lisa Gerstner about the best (and worst) savings and
checking accounts and credit cards. The recommendations are part of
a bigger package that you ought to check out if you want to see all
our picks for the best and worst of all things personal finance.
Hits and Misses of 2012
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For more great personal finance advice, here are several tips
that will help you save money and spend wisely this holiday
Sneaky Tricks to Save a Bundle This Holiday
"Experts say these tips, secrets and deals readily accessible
around the web will help you save a bundle."
5 Tips to Help You Enjoy the Holidays More on
[Generation X Finance]
"The holidays are about more than 'stuff' you can buy for
12 Gifts That Encourage Frugality
[The Simple Dollar]
"Here are twelve gifts you can give this holiday season that will
encourage the receiver to save a little money in the coming
Last-Minute Gift Ideas for the Savvy
"All of these holiday presents can be picked up at any local store,
ordered from the comfort of your couch, or creatively made by
Better Than Barbie: 5 Free Toys Kids Will
"Instead of trying to fight their natural curiosity, it's time to
go ahead and embrace the fact that kids LOVE around-the-house items
as much as they enjoy expensive gifts."
What Am I Gonna Do With a Gun Rack?
[Planting Our Pennies]
"Let's be honest, giving gun racks to one another doesn't really
make anyone happy. Well, except for the manufacturers. So how do we
stay out of this sticky territory altogether? If it's really 'the
thought that counts' then let's put some more thought into gifts
for one another."
The Clutter-Free Holiday Guide
"From gifts to wrapping to decorations to cardboard boxes from
Amazon and more, the holidays can see more accumulation of clutter
than any other time of the year."
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