Welcome to the thirty second edition of the Financial Carnival for Young Adults. My purpose with this carnival is to create an easy-to-find place for information about finances for young adults. The carnival is hosted here at 20′s Finances almost week and features the most recent articles from around the web. While last week we talked about career, money for young people, and saving, this week is a little different. I didn’t use a topic approach and just selected the most interesting articles. I hope you enjoy this edition of the carnival.
Michelle @ Making Sense Of Cents writes Moving Back Home After College? – Most of my friends were able to find great jobs soon after graduating, but that is mainly due to the better economy of where I live (Midwest). I of course know that there are other areas which aren’t as lucky.
Lance @ Money Life & More writes 5 Reasons We Won’t Separate Our Finances When Married – When I eventually get married to my current girlfriend we are going to combine our finances. It is what makes sense to us and what will work best for us. We could decide to keep our finances separate but we have our reasons why we won’t. So why are we so against us keeping separate finances?
Ted Jenkin @ Your Smart Money Moves writes Teaching Kids Financial Responsibility – It’s Your Retirement OR Their College Education – For many parents in their 40’s, a loud and disturbing wake-up call is beginning to happen.
Invest It Wisely @ Invest It Wisely writes You Don’t Have to be a Born Entrepreneur – Well, I’m proof that anyone can be an entrepreneur, whether they’ve been dreaming about it since they were kids or only since yesterday. I’m Not a Born Entrepreneur
IMB @ Investing Money writes Invest Money or Pay off Debt First? – Do you have debt that you want to pay down? Is it keeping you from investing? Find out if this is the best approach for growing wealth.
Tushar @ Start Investing Money writes What Kind of Average Returns Can You Expect on Mutual Funds? – This Post was Originally published at What Kind of Average Returns Can You Expect on Mutual Funds? on Start Investing MoneyIf you’re thinking about investing in mutual funds it makes sense you’d want to look into the potential returns you could expect first. Diving in with no knowledge of what to expect is a great route to disaster.
PITR @ Passive Income To Retire writes Truly Passive Real Estate Investing – Find out how I found a way to invest in real estate without spending any time managing my money. It’s truly passive!
Jon the Saver @ Free Money Wisdom writes Most Popular Outsourced Jobs – Companies are outsourcing jobs more than ever these days. Learn about the most common outsourced jobs and how to avoid them!
MMD @ My Money Design writes To Be Young Entrepreneurs or Employees? My Kids Try Entrepreneurism – My kids decided to snub their chores and test their luck at being young entrepreneurs instead. Here’s their story and how the experience played out.
Jason @ Work Save Live writes Is it Necessary to Buy a House? – Should You Buy a House? Whether it’s friends, family, or colleagues, it seems like everyone these days wants to buy a house.
CAPI @ Creating a Passive Income writes 4 Steps to Declaring your Passive Income to the IRS – Do you know the tax implications of making a passive income? Here are four steps to declare your passive income streams to the IRS.
Kanwal @ Simply Investing writes Can You Learn Investing From a 106 Year Old? – Irving Kahn is an American value investor and money manager and the oldest living active investment professional at 106. He was an early disciple of Benjamin Graham, the creator of the value investing methodology. In his own words, here is some investing wisdom: “You stick to value, to Benjamin Graham, the man who wrote the bible for the market.
Miss T. @ Prairie Eco Thrifter writes How to Take Advantage of the Hidden Job Market – Did you know that a considerable proportion of job openings are never publicly advertised? Here are some things I have learned about advantage of the hidden job market.