Welcome to the forty-first 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 every week and features the most recent articles from around the web. I hope you enjoy this edition of the carnival.
Mike @ The Financial Blogger writes Is My Online Gig a Company or a Sideline? – What’s your take on my business?
IMB @ Investing Money writes Keeping Management Fees Low – Find out what fees you can expect and how to keep management fees to a minimum.
Mr. Money @ Smart on Money writes 5 Tips for a Successful Homemade Christmas – One way to reduce your costs during the holiday season is to go for a homemade Christmas. Not only can you save money, but you can also produce unique gifts that are personal for the recipient. Here are some tips for making your homemade Christmas a little more successful:
Eddie @ Finance Fox writes What was Your First Job? What Did You Take Away From It? – What was your first job? What did you learn from your first job? Here’s my story on my fist job and hopefully you can share a story on your first job.
Ashley @ Money Talks Coaching writes Job Transition – My family is going through a small job transition right now. If there is such a thing. My husband’s company got bought out by another company.
Teacher Man @ My University Money writes Get Your Parents To Buy You a House! – To most parents, buying a house for their 18-20 year old son or daughter to manage as a rental property as they go through school seems like a …
Jen @ Master the Art of Saving writes Things I Didn’t Expect About Buying Our First House – I didn’t really know anything at all about buying a house when we jumped into it. Sure I had a general idea about how things would go, but that’s pretty much…
David Carlson @ Young Adult Money writes 10 Things I Learned from Working at Pizza Hut – Working as a cook in the food services industry isn’t easy work and the pay isn’t great. Nevertheless I learned quite a bit while working for a year as a Pizza Hut cook.