Firstly, I’d like to introduce my new blog, the religious atheist, where I’m going to be writing about religion, philosophy, inspiration, values and the meaning of life from a more skeptical point of view. So far, my favourite post is Disentangling Truth from Facts but I’ve got plans to write lots more good ones.
I’ll be writing at the religious atheist two or three times a week as well as posting here at plonkee money every weekday, and often on weekends as well. If any of you are interested in that sort of thing, why not head on over and take a look.
Now, onto the best personal finance this week. I’ve mostly been reading:
- top 3 legal documents every person should have @ my two dollars – I have none of these yet but I certainly have plans to investigate them this year, probably starting with a will
- your greatest asset is the ability to create income @ cash money life – in my opinion, this is why disability insurance is at least as important as life insurance
- 3 steps to a personalized income plan for your children @ gather little by little – incidentally, why not vote in his poll on how you pronounce glblguy
- my annual investment portfolio tune-up: rebalancing @ doughroller – I’ve checked my portfolio, and the asset allocation is pretty close to what I’m aiming for, so I’m not making any changes at the moment, what about you?
- and then there was $3700+ in car repairs @ i’ve paid for this twice already – not very good news for paidtwice family’s car and a little bit of financial juggling will be required
- credit card companies want to eat you alive @ being frugal – Lynnae is having problems with Citibank, because she paid her bill a little early
- madison @ my dollar plan (pro) and ana @ debt-free revolution (anti) are having a credit card debate, check out these salvos and weigh in yourself
Also check out the big networth roundup @ single guy money, a book competition for feed subscribers @ cash money life, the carnival of financial goals @ being frugal, and the carnival of personal finance @ we’re in debt.
- net worth 2008?
- baby boomer with no pension: tax and benefit implications
- my 2008 financial goal for an ipod