Good Personal Finance Reads

Murdering Your Consumer Debt (Millennial Revolution) – Great advice on how to tackle your consumer debt!  I don’t have consumer debt, but if I did, I would definitely follow his advice.

Marrying Your Equal Is Better Than Marrying Rich (Financial Samurai) – I can definitely see the validity of this statement in my line of work.

Guide to IRA Contribution Limits, Deadlines and Deductions (Get Rich Slowly) – A helpful article on IRAs.  This would’ve came in handy for my 2013 return.

 JL Collins’ Stock Series – Basically everything you need to know about investing.  I haven’t decided if I agree with 100% of what he says but Mr. Collins does a solid job of breaking down investing into to simple, easy to understand terms.


Good Personal Finance Reads

5 Ways to Repair Damaged Credit (Gen Y Planning)

3 tips to getting retirement right in your 20s (CNN Money)

5 Things Money-Savvy People Always Do (No Matter What) (Apartment Therapy)

Should You Invest, Or Pay Off Debt? (Betterment)

The Truth About Life Insurance (Dave Ramsey)

Good Personal Finance Reads

When Judging Financial Advisers, Look Beyond the Annual Return (NY Times) – Great article on why returns aren’t everything when it comes to selecting a financial adviser.

When Bread Bags Weren’t Funny (Bloomberg View) – I stumbled upon this article through Becoming Minimalist.  In his comment about the article, he wrote “perspective”.  I couldn’t have said it better myself.

Debt After Death – Are You Responsible? (Wealth Pilgrim) – When are you responsible for someone else’s debt after they’ve passed away?  This article answers that question really well.

6 Easy Moves to Make in Your 30s That Will Pay Off Huge Later On (Time) – This article was sent to me by a friend.  It provides some solid financial advice for us millennials.

Good Personal Finance Reads

Tax Information You Need to Know for 2015 (Gen Y Planning) – Great tax tips that are easy to understand.

Tax-Free IRA Rollover Done Correctly – Here’s How (Wealth Pilgrim) – If you’ve left a job recently and had a 401k there, you’ll need to roll the account over to an IRA at some point.  This blog post gives you simple instructions on how to do so without paying taxes and penalties.

10 things you’ll pay more for in 2015 (CNN Money) – Guess I won’t be going to that Taylor Swift concert after all.

Good Personal Finance Reads

Rebound! Stocks erase much of October losses (CNN Money) – This is why you shouldn’t pay too much attention to what’s going on in the stock market on a day to day basis.

Young tech millionaires keeping 1-bedroom lifestyle (Seattle Times) – This is an old article but I stumbled upon it only recently.

New 2015 Contribution Limits: Advisors Take Heed (Investopedia) – The maximum amount you can put into your 401ks and IRAs will change in 2015.  This site has all the new limits for your reference.

Ways to Increase Your Wealth When Your Income Is Flat (NY Times) – Great resources for making side income, getting out of debt and investing are provided in this article.