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Best Personal Finance Post For Week of June 3

A list of best personal finance related posts we came across for the week of June 3rd, 2013. Feel free to add a post we might have missed.

Maximize Your Time, Maximize Your Money

Trading time for money is one of the hardest ways to make cash. But when it's your job (or hobby, or second job), you must use it wisely or you lose. Since time is finite, every second wasted means dollars gone.

5 Mortgage Mistakes For First-Time Homebuyers To Avoid

For the last few years, it's been a great time to buy. Home prices have been low, and mortgage rates are in the realm of the ridiculously low. However, it's a good idea to remember that a home purchase is a big deal.

Retirement? What retirement?

Good morning! Today I have a post from Maria, the blogger behind The Money Principle: a personal finance blog that will 'make your head hurt and your wallet sing'. There she writes about money management, wealth, health and anything that takes her fancy. Enjoy!

Time-management strategies for working parents

This post is from staff writer Holly Johnson. I am sure you've heard the saying, "A mother's work is never done." This is especially true for parents who continue working after they've had kids. Even after putting in a full day on the job, working parents still have a variety of things that have to be done.

Reader Question: What Personal Finance Software Do You Recommend?

One of the most common questions I get is what personal finance software do I recommend. Last week, James asked me about it so I decided to post about what I'm currently using and why I decided to use it. Personal finance software is a tough question - it's very personal and needs to be specific to your needs.

Keep Driving An Old Car or Buy A New One

Gary Dek is a writer for who is always looking for ways to make and invest money. Gary has previously worked for an internet company on their M&A team, as well as in investment banking and private equity.

Which Is Harder: Paying off Debt or Saving Money?

Every week I get asked whether someone should pay off their debt first or save instead, and every week I pretty much say the same thing: Go with whichever one makes you feel better.

Say No To Your Children Now So You Won't Have to Later

One of my guilty pleasures is watching Suze Orman every Saturday. I know she tends to polarize people faster than a Tea Party Presidential candidate, but I do enjoy her show. Suze was actually the first financial show I discovered. I found it while flipping channels on vacation.

How to Manage Multiple Sources of Debt

As young adults struggle to get out from student loan debt, which averages a whopping $26,000 per student, according to The Project on Student Debt, they're shying away from taking on other forms of debt.