There are a whole bunch of bloggers talking about their biggest financial mistakes on the magnificent web of information. I think this is a fantastic exercise because we can learn so much from these errors. Since you are reading Winning Personal Finance, I of course haven’t made any mistakes (cough cough). Luckily, I’ve avoided some of the big ones like consumer debt, high investment fees and not saving at all. Unfortunately, my financial life has not been perfectly streamlined. Without further ado, here are my 7 most regrettable financial decisions and more.
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As I’ve mentioned in previous posts, at the beginning of this year I thought I had my financial life in good order, but I was wrong. The more I searched for ways to improve my finances, the more opportunities I found. Over the past few months, I’ve learned of a number of new ways to earn or save some money. One of my motivations to start this blog was to create an easy way to share these opportunities with family, friends and others seeking to optimize their finances.
This article is the second in a series of posts about the actions I have taken to save or earn more money. The first was about increasing the amount of interest I earn on my savings.
Winning Personal Finance Move #2
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