Good Morning DINKS and Happy Friday. Today we are sharing some of our Favourite Posts with you from our Twitter Followers. Just in case you don’t yet follow DINKS Finance on Twitter Click Here to Follow us @dinks_finance.
Our weekly roundup posts this week include the volatility and gains currently trending in the market, how to save money during the holidays, as well as the importance (or unimportance) of a Prenuptial Agreement.
Check Out our Favourite Personal Finance Posts from our Twitter Followers:
Financial Samurai asks about the recent value of our investment accounts as well as current market trends in the post “Are the Bull Markets Back?” Follow Financial Samurai on Twitter @financialsamura
The Centsible Life helps us “Save Money While Holiday Cooking” with tips on how to cook for crowds on a budget. Don’t be overcharged at the grocery store with these tips from The Centsible Life. Follow her on Twitter @centsiblelife
Divorced Dad Frugal Dad wonders if we overpay for things because we are lazy as he asks readers “Are You Frugal or Convenience Loving?” I know that I used to be guilty of this, but now I don’t mind a little inconvenience in order to save a little money. Follow him on Twitter @DvrcdDadFrglDad
Beating Broke brags about her savvy shopping in the post “We Conquered Black Friday” It’s ok to shop as long as we are buying things we need and we are getting a good deal. Follow Beating Broke on Twitter @beatingbroke
Well Heeled Blog is getting ready to get married and wants to know if she should protect herself. Well Heeled Blog asks “Do We Need a Prenup? 7 Questions You Should Ask Yourself” Follow her on Twitter @WellHeeledBlog
Out of Debt Again ponders one of life’s ultimate money questions in the post “Side Gig or Take Out a Title Loan on Your Car?” Since I have lived in debt before I would now prefer to work 5 jobs rather than getting into debt. Follow Out of Debt Again on Twitter @outofdebtagain
Budgets Are Sexy has a new financial plan and he shares it in the post “Gigs for Goals – My New Favourite Mindset!” This is currently how I live. I have separate bank accounts for separate expenses. I even have a different Financial Institution for some of my financial goals; it’s just easier for budgeting and bookkeeping. Follow Budgets Are Sexy on Twitter @BudgetsAreSexy
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