I share five must read blog posts about saving money every Friday.
Jim Wang tackles couple finances and weighs the pros and cons of blending your finances with your spouse or significant other. (Bargaineering)
Emergency funds act as a cushion when things go awry, but you’d be surprised how many Americans do not have money set aside. Here’s how to save for an emergency fund. (Fabulous & Frugal)
Borrowing from your 401k, good solution or bad? Laura explains the SEAL Act, that would limits 401k borrowing and ease repayment loans, and tells you what this means for those contributing to retirement accounts. (Money & Happiness)
Donna didn’t care much for yogurt until she found a simple yet inexpensive recipe for homemade yogurt. A quart only costs $1.25 to make! (Surviving and Thriving)
Consumers are caught in the middle as a plan to cut debit card fees retailers pay banks every time shoppers swipe their cards is hotly debated. Find out how the reduction in swipe fees could affect YOU. (USA Today)