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Posted: 12 Aug 2016 02:05 AM PDT
Welcome to this week's edition of Star Money Articles, posts from around the web that I've found interesting and hence have given a "star", just like your first grade teacher used to give you. :)
We'll start with Tips for Reducing College Debt which is something I need -- my daughter heads to college in a year. Yikes! (Don't worry, I have a ton of money saved already.) Whether or not you have anything saved, this articles has several tips that could save you some big bucks here and there.
If you're the sort of person that reads blogs because you like personal stories, check out A Mortgage Refinance Just Saved Me Thousands. Key statement: "Even a small change in rates can save you big money. The rule of thumb is to explore a refinance if you can drop your interest rate by at least one percentage point." I hope the author now strives to be debt free -- how cool would that be?
It took me a long time to cut my phone cord (used to have landline AND cell phone) and now I need to cut cable? Ugh. Here's a post titled The Great Big Cord Cutting Manual For Cost Conscious Consumers for those of you so inclined. I think I'm still a year or so off from this, though with both Netflix and Amazon Prime we are moving closer.
Here's an interesting post titled Your Success is All in Your Head and is about the psychology of personal finance, which, as I'm sure you know, is a key part to being successful at growing your net worth. It's worth the time to check it out.
I just found this film on payday loans in Texas. Interesting situation/debate.
Finally, my book of the week is still Your Money or Your Life: 9 Steps to Transforming Your Relationship with Money and Achieving Financial Independence: Revised and Updated for the 21st Century. Loved it again for the fifth time or so and I'm pretty sure I'll be posting on it again someday soon.
Have a GREAT weekend!!!
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