Sometimes it’s not about what you have, but how you use it. There are a number of strategies for making the most of your money, from smarter investing, to reduce your tax liability, to simply keeping good records. While it’s always nice to make a little more money, you can also find ways to put the money you do have to work for you.
Here are a few great posts from around the PF Blogosphere about making the most of your money.
How to Save Money by Keeping Good Records at Free Money Finance: This post is a great reminder for business owners who have been neglecting their accounts lately.
Looking for Job Opportunities Overseas? Hire an Expat at The Digerati Life: A very unusual article but certainly a new technique for someone looking for a job in a different country.
6 Ways to Avoid Running out of Money in Retirement at Wise Bread: Some really great tips for anyone currently retired as well as those planning for their retirement.
The Best Way to Track Your Investments Online (and it’s Free!) at Doughroller: This post is a review of the new site called Personal Capital that can help you keep better track of your investments.
Investing and Inflation Protection at Five Cent Nickel: If you’ve wondered how you can protect your investments from inflation, you’ll want to read this in-depth article.
Tax Deductions for Employees who Work from Home at Doughroller: So often we overlook tax deductions, especially those of us who now work from home several days a week.
2 Important Questions to Ask Yourself Before You Invest in a Small Business at My Wife Quit Her Job: An honest post for everyone considering starting a small business.
How to Get Your Business to Work for You Instead at The Smart Passive Income Blog: A must-read for all freelancers and small business owners struggling with a huge workload and a small income flow.