By now you all know I have two kids. Though we don’t have cable, who doesn’t know about Dora the Explorer.
Last week, Jason @Redeeming Riches did a really cool piece on 5 Things Dora the Explorer Teaches Us About Personal Financial Planning.
This is my pick for the week. It was very well written, creative and just fun to read.
Other good stuff:
- Posted just after tax day, appropriately, Car Negotiation Coach suggests you Done with Taxes? Stop and check your auto financial health.
- And Len Penzo discusses Buying Prescriptions Glasses Online. I plan to try this next year when my insurance hardware credit kicks back in!
- Free from broke has an interesting method on Teaching Your Young Children How to Budget. Despite me not having any poker chips around, I think this approach is pretty good!
- Daniel at Sweating the Big Stuff gives an interesting perspective on milking Savings Accounts titled: Why Squeezing Every Last Penny Out of Savings Accounts Isn’t Worth It
- And with everyone always discussing retirement, here is a fresh perspective on the subject by Mr. Credit Card over at The Amateur Financier: Focus On Generating Retirement Income and Not Just Saving For Retirement
Where pffirewall was mentioned this past week:
- Get Rick Slowly (I will have a follow up post about this)
- Len’s Official Boycott List Edition highlights my recent stint in the dental chair
- The Saved Quarter also on my dentistry post
- And yet another highlight of the cost of dentistry at Little House in the Valley
It seems dentistry is a common problem 🙂 Thanks for all the links in and all the great content you guys put out this past few weeks! br>
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