How are your finances? Do you have a plan? Do you know how you could improve your income? Before you despair of being able to take control of your finances, take a step back and see if there is something you can do to take control. A lot of the time, planning — and then following your plans — can yield great results. The following blog posts can help you take back control, and pull your financial self together.
How to Create a Solid Investment Plan at The Digerati Life: It’s a bit ‘back to the basics’ but there are 7 great tips to help you design an investment plan that fits your needs.
My Accountant Reviews Quickbooks Online vs. Desktop at PT Money: If you’re a freelancer doing your own finances, you’ll be interested to know if the new Quickbooks Online version is as good as the Desktop one.
What is the Best Way to Invest Money Right Now? at Passive Family Income: Not necessarily a one-answer article, but the post looks at the pros and cons of several investment types. This is a great post for someone looking to invest in a new area.
How Could You Make an Extra $200 This Week? at Man vs. Debt: An insightful look into the guest poster’s income revenue streams that shows how you can make extra money on the side.
Switch to Only Using Cash and Credit Cards for A Year at Simple Dollar: If you want to get a real hold on your budget and your debt, this challenge may the first step.
How Long Does It Take To Refinance A Mortgage Loan Nowadays? Hint: Be Prepared For Battle! at Financial Samurai: A personal story about the writer’s long journey to refinance his mortgage.
How to Organize Your Mobile Website to Maximize Usability and Sales at My Wife Quit Her Job: The best website can fail at conversions if a proper mobile version is not set up. This post looks into a case study to analyzes what works and what doesn’t work when designing your mobile website.
5 Tips to Convince Editors to Say “Yes” to Your Guest Posts at Problogger: The article is written for freelance writers but the tips work for just about any freelance industry where you have to get the attention and approval of a ‘boss’.