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Nerdy Finance #17

by on November 30, 2012

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The holiday season is well under way, and we’re sure you  and your wallet are starting to feel the pressure. Here are a couple articles to help you get through the next month with your budget intact.

Harry Campbell with Your Personal Finance Pro discusses the financial (and mental) benefits of purchasing vacation days.

Savvy Scot reminds us to be grateful this holiday season and to not confuse “presence” with “presents.”

The folks at Canadian Personal Finance reveal how Canadian tax dollars could be paying for “The Bachelor.” And, yes, we mean the reality show.

Our friends at Grocery Alerts give us 10 great ways to earn some extra holiday cash.

Free Money Finance tells us that just an extra 1% of income can make all the difference.

Kristen from My Dollar Plan offers a whopping 118 (inexpensive) stocking stuffer ideas!

Emily from PT Money Personal Finance tells us when it comes to your child’s safety, it’s about how you spend, not how much.

Brian from The Outlier Model explains the benefits of using a car share.

Kim from Frugal Rules encourages us to become advocates for our own health care.

Carrie Smith from ReadyForZero Blog shares 5 tips for getting organized, saving money and reducing stress during this holiday season.

 

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