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Nerdy Finance #23: “Spring Has Sprung!” Edition

May 3, 2013
Personal Finance
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Happy Spring! With new reports of job increases and the lowest unemployment rate since December 2008, we have much to look forward to. To bring in the hosts of spring on a great note, here’s the best of the web spring edition:

  • Brick-by-brick Investing teaches us how to invest while applying the principles of Sun Tzu’s classic The Art of War
  • The debt dominators and saver extraordinaires of Supermoney explain how to teach kids about money management this summer.
  • Matt Coan of Casavvy offers two great ideas for lowering student debt
  • Global Scriptor gives the how-tos of SEO
  • Robert Siciliano, and expert in personal security and identity theft, guides us through the dangers of cyber crime
  • Money Coach, Lynette Khalfani-Cox, answers the question, “Where Can I Get a [Large] Student Loan?”
  • Steve Spring shares how to set a fulfilling and effective life plan.
  • The Banker’s Umbrella demystifies the outcomes of managing EU debt
  • An American Expat in Chiang Mai shares the mystery of a rocky Laotian pre-historic site that rivals the intrigue of Stone Hinge
  • Contemplating whether to ask for a raise, Bill Achola outlines the 23 worst mistakes you can make in requesting a salary increase
  • Ready to start a blog? Just Clickin’ shows you how to get started with ease