Friday Roundup: Goals Planning, Mobile Apps, & Money Myths

by Kristina on February 10, 2012 · 2 comments

Happy Friday DINKS.  I hope you all had a great week.  Today we have rounded up the best posts from around the web about couples planning their lives together, rebuilding our finances after the recession, a different view on credit cards, as well as some money myths.

We learn how to do things correctly by learning from our mistakes.  But financial books, blogs, and websites can also be a great source for us to learn about money management, investing wisely, setting a budget and helpful financial tools.

Enjoy The Posts DINKS.  Have a Great Weekend!

– Adaptu helps couples come to a consensus on mutual goals and planning our lives together in the post “Planning Your Life Together & Sharing Personal Goals” Adaptu also has a Mobile App  that helps manage our money on the go.  We can download it directly from iTunes.

– 50 Plus Finance provides encouragement for our finances in the post “Rebuilding Your Financial Plan After Recession”

– First Gen American takes a different approach to credit cards and borrowing to boost our budgets in the post “Do Credit Cards Make Finances Simple”

– The Simple Dollar helps us save money when making a big purchase in the post “Don’t Buy a Service Contract or an Extended Warranty”

– Money Ning helps us break some money myths and learn the truth about money in the post “Money Beliefs that Hurt Your Finances”

– Generation X Finance gives us some helpful tips for those who are in the market to buy a new car in the post “6 Things You Need to Know Before Buying Your Next Car”

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1 Jenna, Adaptu Community Manager February 10, 2012 at 1:13 pm

Thanks for mentioning Adaptu!

2 Dave@50plusfinance February 11, 2012 at 5:19 pm

Thanks Kristina for including my post.

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