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Best Personal Finance Post For Week of May 27

A list of best personal finance post discovered by Finovera for the week of May 27, 2013

Where to put your next investment

This is a post from staff writer Robert Brokamp of . Robert is a Certified Financial Planner and the adviser for The Motley Fool's Rule Your Retirement Let's say you've decided to add a new investment or two to your portfolio - maybe a stock, maybe a bond, maybe a mutual fund that invests in either or both.

Keep Summer Exciting for the Kids - Without Expensive Camps and Vacations

"I'm BOOOOORED!" "Mom! What can we do?" "Can we go to Disney World?" If you've got kids at home, you've likely heard that once or twice during the summer. But you don't have to pay for expensive summer camps or vacations to keep them entertained.

How I Became a DIY Investor

Thanks to Mr. CBB's email question recently today's post will retrace my investing journey, how I became a do-it-yourself (DIY) investor. The purpose of today's post is to shed some light on my investment journey to date and build upon this article for future blogposts including how I'm managing my retirement portfolio today.

One Lesson From a Financial Whiz Kid

When Zac Bissonnette writes about how savvy he was about money in high school, I know his unusually precocious wisdom is not a put-on. I knew him back then. And, with his new book, How to Be Richer, Smarter, and Better-Looking Than Your Parents , I think you should listen to him.

Flying Solo: Summer Travel Tips for Singles

Sure, canoodling with a significant other on a moonlit beach can be romantic, but not everyone has the luxury of escaping with a partner in tow. In fact, recent research shows that more and more travelers are choosing to go it alone: Internet searches for "solo travel destinations" have been increasing by more than 60% each year.

Four Apps And Services To Teach Kids About Money in real life

If you've been meaning to teach your kids the importance of money without having to resort to the age-old tactic of talking it out one-on-one, then opt for the easy and practical way out - via the use of technology!

Strategies to Avoid Slipping Back Into Debt

For a couple that recently paid off a giant pile of consumer debt, the months after reaching zero can be a bit of a dangerous time. The time that we spent in full-on debt reduction mode was filled with sacrifice and boredom, and we both emerged with some serious withdrawal.

Is My Emergency Fund Too Big?

Isn't personal finance exciting? I know, I know, it really is, and sometimes I can hardly contain myself. On Friday, I wrote a fun little piece called "Question Of The Week: Should I Pay Down My Student Loans ?", and I got some great responses and answers from my awesome readers.

Top 8 Mistakes Investors Make

If you've been considering investing, you know it's a scary world to get into. How do you know what's right and what's wrong when so much of it adds up to luck? Well thankfully, our partner site DailyWorth has figured out a few of the most commonly made

How Smart a Home BUYER Are You?-Kiplinger

The more you know about the home-buying process, the more money, time and hassle you'll save. Take our quiz.