11-11-11 – It only happens once per century! I’m celebrating by…doing nothing. I need to think of something creative to do.
Maybe I could come up with way to revamp our tax code. I’ll call it the 11-11-11 plan. I’ll have to work out the details on that one.
Top Posts of the Week
Kyle Taylor from The Penny Hoarder presents Get Paid $50 to Write a Guest Post saying, “You’ve probably seen those sites willing to pay you $2 or $3 to write articles, but did you know you can earn $50 or more per article? We’ve put together a list of blogs that are paying guest posters to share their wisdom…”
J.B. from My University Money presents Should I Pursue a Co-op Education? saying, “A down to earth outline what I see as the advantages and disadvantages of a cooperative education, and to argue that one doesn’t need take a cooperative education to be successful.”
CBCreations from Managing Your Financial Risk presents Is Now A Good Time? saying, “This time of economic uncertainty may result in people looking at their financial plans, but this is not a good idea because a good financial plan can help you survive periods like this.”
Super Saver from My Wealth Builder presents Good Debt Myth Debunked saying, “Home mortgages and student loans are no longer viewed as good debt. Now they are just debt, as they always should have been.”
Mike Piper from The Oblivious Investor presents When to Use a Financial Advisor saying, “Given that investing is (for the most part) fairly simple, under what circumstances does it make sense to use a financial advisor?”
Mitch Archuleta from Gemvara Blog presents Is It OK To Keep The Ring? saying, “While not a problem for most, what is considered proper ring etiquette when divorcing? For many people, the engagement ring is an expensive asset potentially worthy of being split up.”
Aaron Hung from Aaron Hung.com presents Home buying: For the first time buyers saying, “It is not always easy to buy a home, even if you are a veteran at it and this is your fifth house. It is especially hard when you are a first time buyer, there are many hurdles to overcome and I want to share with you some tips and tricks that you can go about getting that dream house of yours.”
FMF from Free Money Finance presents Best Cash Back Credit Cards, November 2011 saying, “Cash back credit cards are the preferred way to charge purchases IMO. As long as they are used the right way, you can earn extra money using them for doing nothing different than what you’d normally do. Here’s what I consider to be the best cash back credit cards currently on the market”
The Top Personal Finance Post of The Week
And my favorite post of the week is……
Hank from Money Q&A and his post Top Ten Money Questions People Always Ask. Hank does a great job summarizing some of the most common questions in personal finance. It’s a good read that covers most of the basics.
For even more fantastic reading, check out these blog carnivals I was featured in this week.