Welcome to another edition of the Financial Carnival for Young Adults, where you can find quality articles that will help you learn about managing your finances. If you are wanting to get a better handle on your finances, the articles below are a great place to start.
Michelle @ Making Sense of Cents writes Is a Business Degree a Waste? – Is a Business Degree a Waste? I keep hearing people/news outlets arguing at opposite ends of what seems to be a common question. Short answer – NO! I don’t think a business degree is anywhere near being a waste.
Robert @ Kids Ain’t Cheap writes The Expenses of a Family Pet – Know more about the expenses of having a family pet and why you need to include them in your budget.
Lauren @ L Bee and the Money Tree writes To Coupon or Not To Coupon – Do you coupon? Here are my reasons both for and against couponing.
Ashley @ Money Talks Coaching writes Budgeting and Your Priorities – Budgeting helps you live a life that is in line with your priorities. Pretty cool right? Maybe you never thought of it that way but it really does.
LaTisha @ Young Finances writes 5 Interview Tips for Recent College Graduates – When you’re going on an interview you need to be prepared. Why should we hire you?” These are questions that you should expect to hear on your interview.
Crystal @ Budgeting in the Fun Stuff writes Our Current Retirement Preparations – Ever since we started attacking the rent house mortgage, we put our early retirement on auto-pilot. Now we have to take another look at our retirement planning.
BARBARA FRIEDBERG @ Barbara Friedberg Personal Finance writes The Overlooked Wealth Building Trait – Become a millionaire with one money behavior and one wealth building trait.
Tushar @ Start Investing Money writes How Often Do You Review Your Investment Plans? – This Post was Originally published at How Often Do You Review Your Investment Plans? on Start Investing MoneyWe all know how important it is to invest in our futures. For some this may mean investing in new skills so we can earn more money. For others it may mean searching for stocks and bonds that seem likely to bring in the best returns.
Jon @ Novel Investor writes Stock Order Types Made Simple – There are several stock order types to choose from when you buy your first stock or ETF. Here is a simple guide explaining how each type of order works.
Miss T. @ Prairie Eco Thrifter writes How to Get More Out of an Internship – As you prepare for an internship, consider what you can learn, and plan out how you can make the most of your internship as a way to get access to better opportunities in the future.
Nick @ A Young Pro writes Apply for Every Job You See – During my last semester of school I applied for every job I could see. I learned a lot about myself and landed a great job before I graduated!