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Top Personal Finance Posts Of The Week – New Years Edition

Posted January 1st, 2012 in Blog Carnival by Jeremy Waller

Happy New Year! Hope you partied hard and rang in the new year with a bang.

Truth be told, I probably would have gone to bed at 10:00pm in New Years Eve if I could have…Guess I’m just boring that way…

This week’s roundup is a combo of the blog carnival and goal setting/new years resolution posts from my fellow bloggers.

Top Posts of the Week

My University Money posted Bah Humbug! Presents Make No Economic Cents – “Christmas has turned into a holiday of commerce, and we don’t agree with it.”

Dividend Growth Investor posted Margin of Safety in Dividends – “Dividend investing is a form of value investing, where investors do not realize all of their return all at once, but rather on regular and consistent intervals. Dividends provide a direct link between the financial performance of a company, and the returns of its shareholders.”

Aaron Hung posted Make Money with Dividend Stocks – “When it comes to making a little money online, I believe one of the best ways to do that is by investing some of your hard-earned money in dividend stocks. The biggest mistake people make is by leaving their money in a savings account earning 0.5% interest and not taking advantage of what the market has to offer.”

Rat Race Exodus posted How do your Saving Habits Rank vs. a Squirrel’s? – “Squirrels are better than us at saving. Learn to trick yourself into saving like a Squirrel.”

The Debt Myth posted How to Stick to Your “Get Out of Debt” Resolution – “If your New Year’s resolution is to get out of debt, you’re not alone. It’s one of the top resolutions every year. Now we all know that many resolutions fall by the wayside in a matter of weeks or months, but getting out of debt doesn’t have to be one of them. You can reach that life-changing goal. Here’s how to stick to your get out of debt resolution.”

Financial Success For Young Adults posted What Are Your Goals for 2012?

One Cent at a Time posted A Look Back on the Year 2011

Money Green Life posted MoneyGreenLife Sets Goals for 2012

My Broken Coin posted What I am Changing in 2012

Debt Free by Thirty posted 2012 Goals

Newlyweds on a Budget posted 12 Goals for 2012

Couple Money posted 2012 Financial Goals

Retire by 40 posted 2012 Goals and Resolutions

Money is the Root posted 2011 Statistics & 2012 Blog Goals

Just Another Girl With a Blog posted The annual setting of next years goals

The Top Personal Finance Post of The Week

And my pick of the week is……

Everyone who posted about their goals for 2012.

Goal setting is an important part of growing as a person. It’s also crucial if you want to improve your financial condition. My next post on PFW will outline my own goals for 2012.

Kudos to all of you who have posted your goals! Feel free to drop a link to your own goal-setting post in the comments below.

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3 Responses so far.

  1. Thanks for the link! Happy new year

  2. Jackie says:

    Thanks for including my link 🙂

  3. Dr Dean says:

    I agree goals are important. They help us figure out where we want to go and how to get there.

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