I absolutely love reading other personal finance posts throughout the week. It keeps my wheels turning, it gives me a chance to learn something new, and it also allows me the opportunity to pass on the knowledge to you without doing all the leg-work myself! Truly, I do love to write articles, but if someone already summed up a point perfectly, then why not just pass it on to you and let you check it out? That’s exactly what I’m doing today. Here are the absolute best personal finance posts from this past week. Enjoy!
Here’s the Salary You Have to Earn to Buy a Home in 15 Major U.S. Cities – by Business Insider – After reading this article, I’m so glad that I live in West Michigan. I bet people earning less than $30,000 a year would qualify for a cheap house in my area! Did your city make the list of pricey homes? Check it out!
10 Changes to Make in Your 30s That Will Set You Up for Lifelong Success – by Business Insider – This list is pretty basic, but it’s a good reminder of what needs to be done in order to be a success as you advance in your years. My fiance and I are thankfully doing quite well according to this list. How about you?
It’s Not About What You DESERVE – by NZ Muse – I really hate it when people talk about what they DESERVE. As far as I’m concerned, nobody deserves anything in this life. Some get head-starts in life, others don’t; that’s just the way life works. I think this writer agrees with my sentiments completely.
Why You’re Poor – by Why You’re Poor – This honestly made me laugh out loud, but it is absolutely true. You have to check this one out.
Housing Market: Shall We Say…Ballistic? – by The Reformed Broker – As Liz and I contemplate buying real estate, articles like these make us realize that it’s probably not the right time to buy property unless we find an extreme bargain. It could happen, but we might just have to wait for another economic struggle…
Which of these top PF articles did you like best?
My name is Derek, and I have my Bachelors Degree in Finance from Grand Valley State University. After graduation, I was not able to find a job that fully utilized my degree, but I still had a passion for Finance! So, I decided to focus my passion in the stock market. I studied Cash Flows, Balance Sheets, and Income Statements, put some money into the market and saw a good return on my investment. As satisfying as this was, I still felt that something was missing. I have a passion for Finance, but I also have a passion for people. If you have a willingness to learn, I will continue to teach.