It seems all anyone can talk about is tonight’s final presidential debate. While we won’t barrage you with political opinions (we’ll leave your friend’s Facebook posts to that), we are dedicating this week’s shout outs to issues that are more important than ever as the election comes up. So take a look at some of our favorite posts from the past week on issues that matter to you.
Maximize Your Money Over Your Lifetime By Using the Just Enough Principle (Bible Money Matters)
Bible Money Matters talks about the “Just Enough” principle and how you can apply it in your life. Read on to learn how to limit the amount of new debt you take on.
4 Tips for Making the Most of Health Insurance Open Enrollment (Personal Dividends)
It’s open benefits enrollment time for many companies. If you’re in this boat, read these tips by Personal Dividends to see how you can make the most of it.
How To Buy Personal Health Insurance (Christian PF)
What if you’re self-employed or your job doesn’t offer health insurance? Christian PF can help you navigate the often confusing process of purchasing personal health insurance.
6 Things You Can Do to Ramp Up Your Job Search (This Week!) (The Daily Muse)
Are you in the market for a new job? The Daily Muse give tips that you can start right now to ramp up that job search.
Four Tools to Help You Plan for Retirement (Go Girl Finance)
It’s never too early to start planning for retirement! If you want to get started but don’t have a clue where to begin, you can find all the tools you need in this post by Go Girl Finance.
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Ways to Graduate College Debt Free (Modest Money)
It really can be possible to graduate from college debt-free. Modest Money talks things both new applicants and current students can do to avoid the pain of student loan debt.
2013 Federal Income Tax Brackets and Marginal Rate (Consumerism Commentary)
With the election in full-swing, it’s unclear what will happen with 2013 taxes. Consumerism Commentary is sharing The Tax Foundation’s predictions so you can get a peek at the possibilities.
And if you’re looking for some reading that doesn’t involve the election, why not try out some of these great websites and bloggers who’ve recently featured us?
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