A new Friday Blog Roundup is in the works. This week, I’ve come across a number of intriguing articles on personal finance, and I’d like to share them with you here. In addition, I’ll introduce you to a brand-new blog than I think you’ll like reading. This celebration is about to begin!
A collection of personal finance blogs
Blogging can be a challenge. My blog readers are aware that I take a four-month break. I must to take a break from writing and spend time with my family in order to refuel. Max Your Freedom feels the same way about blogging. To assist people get out of your blogging slump, he offers some helpful advice. Bloggers who blog part-time have a tough time.
Despite the fact that I’m aware of other investors who are, I’m not one of them. We get a new perspective as to why selling shares is better than holding on to dividends from Physician on Fire.
At this point, I’m still paying back my student loans, and I’ll just soon be facing the prospect of paying off my house. At CYInnovations, Chris has made the decision to settle his debts early. Oh, and he threw along a great spreadsheet for tracking the progress of the mortgage repayment. Because, you know, there are spreadsheets involved! What More Can You Give Me? My Mortgage Debt Is Getting Destroyed Right Now!
There is a latte element, right? Let’s not forget about the $7,000 Watch. Dads Dollars Debts goes into great detail about this in an excellent post.
Getting a second opinion on your investment portfolio from a financial advisor may seem like a good idea to some. In their piece Portfolio Second Opinion Are Useless, One Percent Decisions offers an alternative point of view.
Despite its flaws, the 4 percent rule remains a common aspect of retirement planning. The Key Problem with both the 4 Percent Rule is explored in depth in Our Next Life.
99to1percent is a new blog highlight.
This blog has only been live for one month. It appears that they off to such a good start based with their first month’s numbers. As they put it, they want to “reach readers all over the world who already are interested in growth and prosperity as well as financial freedom and/or early retirement.”
Check out how they went from having no income to making over $400k in only a few short years by reading their tale. This is really good work.
It’s been a pleasure having you join us for this week’s Friday Blog Roundup. Until then, see you!