Ken Faulkenberry @ Arbor Investment Planner writes Why Tactical Asset Allocation is Changing the Investment World – Tactical asset allocation is an active strategy that includes continual management of risk through portfolio rebalancing to a flexible asset allocation based on value.
Sean @ One Smart Dollar writes The Cost of Halloween Doesn’t Need to be Scary – The average American will spend $80 this year on Halloween. This doesn’t need to be the case if you find creative ways to cut down on the costs.
Michael @ Modest Money writes Why Is Talking About Money Hard? – When it comes to discussing issues revolving around money with parents or partners, the conversation can get awkward, or even aggressive, quickly. As a result, many people try to avoid bringing up money matters as much as possible. This is the wrong approach.
Mich @ BeatingTheIndex writes Argent Energy Trust: Eagle Ford Shale Upside Beacons – Argent Energy Trust is the third member in the select cross border club of Canadian income trusts. It offers high yield & exposure to the Eagle Ford shale oil play in Texas.
J.P. @ Novel Investor writes 2013 IRA Contribution Limits Increased – The IRS has announced the inflation adjusted numbers for the 2013 IRA contribution limits. Most important was the bump in the maximum contribution.
Paul Vachon @ The Frugal Toad writes 10 Frugal Ways to Save on Food – According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, food is the third largest monthly expenditure families have after housing and transportation. With a little planning, you can save on food costs by trying some of these easy tips.
Gen Y @ Gen Y Finance Journey writes The Joy of Slow Cooking – A slow cooker is the best friend of someone who has little kitchen space, little time to cook, and is on a budget. Though many slow cooker recipe books will instruct you to do copious amounts of prep work, you can usually get the same great flavors, or close to them, with absolutely no prep work, meaning you have fewer dishes, and spend less time cooking.
Steven @ Grocery Alerts writes Tips for saving money on your Halloween party – October is here and many people are planning halloween parties. Depending on the size of your crowd, your party could get costly. Here are a few ways to plan a spooktacular halloween party on a budget.
Jen @ Master the Art of Saving writes Getting The Most “Bang” For Your Halloween Bucks – A lot of people always complain that Halloween costumes are such a waste of money.
SBB @ Simple Budget Blog writes Budgeting for Vacations – Find out how you can scrounge a few extra pennies to go on an exotic trip.
Sustainable PF @ Sustainable Personal Finance writes Using a Midwife – One Year Later – The Experience – Details of our midwife and home birth experience a year after we welcomed our son into our lives
MR @ Money Reasons writes Financial Benefits of Having a Fuel-Efficient Car – I’m buying a new car, and unlike when I was younger, I’m now going to buy a fuel-efficient car to get the best overall value with my purchase. Continue Reading →