Monthly Archives: November 2009
Another post on One Dollar More where I point out some of the best personal finance stories and posts which I have come across in November:
10 Simple Tips for Saving Up a House Deposit
There is no question that there are property deals to be had right now with homes more affordable than in a long time, especially for the first time buyer. But there is a catch. Banks willing to give out mortgages are requiring larger deposits. Check out the 10 Simple Tips for Saving Up A House Deposit from Money Hacker.
Travel Hacking for Noobs: How We Save Hundreds on Airfare, Get Free Accommodation, & Make Money while Overseas
Making Cash From Trash: The Recycled Art of Clare Graham
The unusual yet compelling art of Clare Graham is testament to the belief ‘one man’s trash is another man’s treasure’.
3 Stocks With High-Quality Growth
Growth is scarce at the moment. About three-quarters of companies in the S&P 500 index have issued financial results for the third-quarter reporting season. Read Jack Hough’s 3 Stocks With High-Quality Growth on Smart Money.
4 Home Improvements that Can Boost the Value of Your Home
While you can’t really expect to get 100% ROI on home improvements, read the four that can give a respectable return on Personal Finance Corner written by Miranda Marquit when you go to sell your home.
Writing an Awesome Personal Executive Summary
Great post on Financial Fizzle on how to write a great executive summary is to live up to its namesake by providing a short, broad overview of the entire plan. It’s a quick reference to its contents, and many parts of it may be completed even after the rest of the plan is written.
The Great Big List Of 75 Budgeting Tools, Finance Softwares And Iphone Money Apps
Friday should have been a wonderful day for me: early finish from work had been planned, chance of some good surf, and dinner at home with my wife.
However, it wasn’t to be.
Work royally sucked: it was very, very busy and it was stressful, so much so that I didn’t get to leave work early as I was supposed to do. So busy in fact, that I forgot to move my car from a clearway. I have ended up with a $197 fine which I have no chance of avoiding. So here comes a nasty little expense for my credit card.
Friday was a financial disaster – I really should have stayed in bed.
So here I am, I admit that I was remiss in not moving my car from the clearway (sorry to all the commuters who had to dodge my car) but I’m protesting the egregious size of the fine! $197 for a simple parking offense is excessive. I’m guilty for a parking offense and I will pay it but North Sydney Council are guilty of robbery.