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Updated by Daniel Trezub on Jan 22, 2015
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Some nice articles and links I've found on the web this January, personal finances related or not.
Five Reasons Your Budget Isn't Working - The Simple Dollar

If you don't use any kind of written budget, you have lots of company. According to a Gallup poll, only about a third of Americans prepared a detailed household budget in 2013. That's not to say everyone succeeded. The fact is, using (and sticking to) a written budget can be a huge chore, especially at first.

10 Financial Resolutions for the New Year

The New Year is a great time to overhaul your financial life for the better, and one excellent place to start is by making good resolutions that can help get you closer to your money goals. Joshua Kennon, Investing or Beginners Expert, shares ten financial resolutions for the new year that we should consider adding to our agenda.

Should I pay off my credit card online immediately or wait for the bill?

I'm a college student and I just got my first credit card (through Chase). The only reason I got the card is to try and build my credit score. I also have a checking account with Chase, and they le...

How To Get Cheap Flights Forever

Don't ever pay full price for a flight ticket again. If you apply just some of the tips and tactics I'm about to show you, you'll likely save hundreds of dollars on every flight you book from now on. Sounds good, right? Of course! But, I need to warn you....

A Look At Canadian Personal Finances

Most Canadians have a budget and try to pay off debt quickly, but could pay more attention to service fees and working to reduce debt.

What Goes On Sale in January -

Do you know what goes on sale in January? Check out our list to see what are the cheapest items to buy in January.

How to Price Match in Canada | Common Cents Mom

Last week I was talking with a girlfriend about how to save money. She was all excited as she had downloaded the Flipp app but wasn't sure how it could really save her time and money. I thought everyone knew about price matching.

Should I use cash back rewards for rewards, or to pay off the balance?

I have a credit card with cash back rewards. I can use these rewards to go shopping on Amazon, for example, to buy gift cards, to pay off the balance, and possibly some other options that I may have

It Costs Nothing To Be a Better Person

Last year, one of my goals was to live by a mantra: do good, feel good. As you know, I eventually changed it to do better, feel better, which was intended to be a new mindset for improving my physical health, as I got back into a regular workout routine.

7 Things To Stop Wasting Money On - Money We Have

How many people made a New Year's resolution to save more money? I would imagine a ton of people did, but how many of you are able to actually do so? Saving money can be easy as long as you stop wasting money.

3 Surprising Benefits of Combined Finances | Suburban Finance

Combining finances in marriage benefits more than just your bank accounts. There are surprising upsides to pooling money and assets after the wedding.

How much you need to earn to buy a house in every major Canadian city | Toronto Star

Many say property is the best investment you can make. Bursting housing bubbles and mortgage scandals aside, they're usually right. The price of making that investment varies widely in Canada, depending on where you live. We looked at how much you need to earn to buy a house in every major Canadian city.

How I Save Money... [In Pictures]
This post is part of the TaxACT How I Save blog tour which teaches you ways to keep more money in your pocket. Last year, TaxACT saved America over $240 million on tax preparation. How much can you save? To learn more about tips and strategies on saving, click here.]