Money Saving Links: 10/12/08

10.12.08 | Savings Links | 1 Comment | by junger

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We're going to try posting the Money Saving Links on Sundays from now on — hopefully you'll have some light reading and we'll be able to highlight some great content from around the Web.

This week, we participated in the Carnival of Personal Finance #173 hosted by Girls Just Wanna Have Funds, who has a lot of great stories on finance for women.

Some of the highlights from this week's carnival include …

Mint.com Review: Beautiful Money Management Tool - Blueprint for Financial Prosperity

In Summary, I think Mint is a pretty slick tool (after looking at the screenshots, I think you have to agree with me there). Can you live without it? Of course you can. Will you likely learn more about your spending if you use it? Definitely. Is it worth the security risk? That depends on your level of risk aversion and how well you trust the securities measures they’ve taken with your data.

Six Ways to Get Intense About Your Money and Finances - Prime Time Money

Read Personal Finance Blogs
Browse the Personal Finance Sections of Your Local Paper and Online News
Head to the Library and Check Out a Few Personal Finance Books
Learn About Other People Who’ve Had Success With Their Money
Find a Money Mentor
Analyze the Details of Your Own Finances

My 3 Biggest Personal Finance Successes - Value for Your Life

These are my three biggest successes because they changed my focus, my relationships, and how I live my life and look at money.  They have made my marriage stronger, my life happier, and my relationship with money so that I rule it–not the other way around.

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