It’s that time of year again ladies and gentleman where 22 football players and seven zebra dressed referee’s take the field for the Hall of Fame pre-season NFL game. Football has always been a passion of mine, and there’s no better time of year than the day the season gets underway.
Tonight, the Cincinnati Bengals will be playing the Dallas Cowboys in Canton Ohio. You can bet that the starters will play just a series or two, then off to the backups to see who will make the final 53-man squad. If you have a few minutes and nothing to watch tonight, the game just started.
Now, with that out of the way, let’s take a look at the best money articles from this past week.
Retire at 70? Screw That With These Helpful Tips @ Studenomics: I hope I’m fortunate enough to retire at the age of 70! Perhaps with the motivation of knowing Social Security won’t be around then, I can make more money now and retire early.
De-Clutter and De-Stress Your Financial Life @ US News: Stress is more powerful than you might think and if you can find a way to take the stress out of your life, you’ll see the world like you never have before.
No Health Insurance? Options For the Uninsured @ The Digerati Life: Health Insurance has certainly been a hot-button topic and the recent legislation can confuse you even more. This article does a great job of explaining options for those without health insurance and the possible future of health insurance.
Essentials of Selling Your Stuff On Craigslist @ Bible Money Matters: Craigslist is an amazing market for buyers and sellers to trade goods, services and cash. Hoping they can expand to more cities in the near future.
Three Reasons Why Most People Will Never Earn More Money – And What You Can Do About It @ Man vs. Debt: I think the image with all of the post it notes was stolen from my apartment because I can attest to being a huge procrastinator.
Trouble Keeping Track of Your Receipts? @ Not Made of Money: Receipts are crucial for those filing a tax return using itemized deductions and if you don’t have shoe-boxes available, scanning your documents always works too.
What Will Retirement Look Like for Younger Generations @ Frugal Dad: A long time ago, I considered myself part of the younger generation but at 25, it’s tough to justify. Retirement is a long ways away right now but it’s something I think of often.
The Era of the Apple iPod May Have Passed @ The Street: If this article is actually true, the Apple iPod had a pretty good run. Afraid of technology, I never owned one but I saw millions of Americans that did, so Apple must have done something right.