Welcome to this week’s edition of the Carnival of Money Pros – Labor Day Edition! I just can’t believe the “unofficial” end to summer is here already. It’s been a great one for my family and I and while I am sad to see the warm weather to go, Fall is probably my favorite season. I hope that everyone takes the time to re-charge with the 3 day holiday weekend and come out swinging to better their lives and finances! Here are some great blog posts just to get you started.
Carol Serpa @ Grams Gold writes Americans Can’t Even Afford to Eat at McDonald’s – McDonalds Sales Down for 8 Months Plus This Shocking Fact about People Living in the Suburbs
Alexis @ FITnancials writes What You Need To Do When Moving To A New State – As most of you may know, I recently moved to Illinois and live in a western Chicago suburb. I had to do a lot of things before and during my move as well as after. There are still things that I have to do that I’ve yet to check off on my list.
Dave @ Gen Y Finances writes Cutting Your Food Spending When Going To Restaurants – I love going to restaurants. I love trying new meals and eating at my favorite restaurants often. However, it can be expensive to eat out often.
Karen @ 724 Credit writes Employment And Credit Checks – If you are applying for a job and the employer requests a credit check, they can’t do it without your permission, however, if you don’t give your permission that could be the deal breaker right there.
Michelle @ Making Sense of Cents writes How To Start A WordPress Blog On Bluehost – If you’re looking to start a WordPress blog for cheap, then choosing Bluehost for your hosting needs may be your answer.
Michelle @ Diversified Finances writes How To Prepare For An Audit as a Freelancer – Okay, this is probably a post that isn’t exciting or fun. I’ve never met someone who thought tax returns were a fun subject (except for my tax professor I describe below), and I definitely have never met anyone who wanted to be audited.
Maria @ The Money Principle writes Five useful tips to get the best holiday value for your money – I’ve never thought of us as rich. We are a middle class family, we have above average income and a healthy net worth. But rich we are not.
Alexa @ Defeat Our Debt writes Should You Take a Vacation if You’re in Debt? – Your debt is stressing you out. Work is stressing you out. And you just need a little break from the normal day to day grind.
Alexa @ Single Moms Income writes Amazon FBA: Finding Products to Sell – Even with a whole store of stuff to go through I found it pretty hard to find really profitable products that Amazon themselves weren’t selling.