This week, Problogger.net hosts a group writing project featuring “how to” blog posts from around the globe. Along with Money Under 30’s post Ex-Car Salesman Tells All: How to Beat the Auto Dealerships at Their Own Game, here are some noteworthy contributions to the project relevant to personal finance in your twenties.
Life: Personal, Business, Social says “Yes, Virginia, money can buy happiness”.
Short on cash? You can still make your loved ones happy with Shonnie Lavender’s post on everyday gifts that don’t cost a dime.
Pragmatic Finance talks about how to game the credit card application process to load up on multiple high credit-limit cards.
Mark Choon advises to do what you love and let the money roll in.
My New Choice presents some basic advice on teaching your children how to save.
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