Apr 29: Best from the blogosphere
April 29, 2013
By Sheryl Smolkin
Last week we linked you to blogs exploring the road to retirement. Today we present resources for younger readers who may be just starting to get their finances in order.
On Darwin’s Money you can five novel ways to save money. One option is to cancel services you don’t need.
Timeless Finance wonders if you would date somebody who’s in debt. She says almost everybody has some debt so if debt is the deal-breaker there wouldn’t be much dating going on.
Do you and your partner have only joint accounts? Young And Thrifty lists 5 benefits of separate chequing accounts.
If your bundle of joy is due anytime. Find out how maternity benefits work from Brenda Spiering, on Brighter Life.
Do you follow blogs with terrific ideas for saving money that haven’t been mentioned in our weekly “Best from the blogosphere?” Send us an email with the information to email@example.com and your name will be entered in a quarterly draw for a gift card.Best of, Darwin’s Money, Krystal Yee, Sheryl Smolkin, Timeless Finance, Young And Thrifty