Have you seen the FIRE post featuring over 50 to personal finance bloggers? Give it a read, and then tell us your thoughts in the brand new Money Talks Financial Forum!
If you read much personal finance content, you know that early retirement is an increasingly popular topic these days. Reddit has a financial independence subreddit with over 450,000 subscribers, there’s another online early retirement forum that often has over 1,000 active users online , and even our very own Money Talks Financial Forum has been burning up with posts and comments about early retirement lately.
Here are Today’s “Top 5” Posts:
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This is the 4th installment of the guest series – Get Your Ducks In A Row – where Anna, a newly graduated working professional, discusses personal finance topics for those in their 20s. Today’s topic? Job hopping. When I first started working, I was convinced that any stint less than two years would be a blemish on my resume.
Growing up there was a lot of things that we were taught in school that most people don’t even use anymore. Some examples are drafting, calculus and trigonometry. I think that those things should be replaced with stuff that people actually use on a weekly basis.
Developing good financial habits can be a challenge. Many people aren’t taught much about money management growing up, and it is easy to fall into the trappings of debt, living paycheck-to-paycheck, and lifestyle inflation. But, if you focus, you can improve. If you want to make progress, here are 10 habits that promote financial success.
What Makes The Money Jukebox Unique
The Money Jukebox is the first and only regular “round-up”or “best of” series of its kind.
It’s curated both for and by the personal finance community, featuring some of the newest, best posts within days (or even hours!) of their publishing.
On Monday through Friday, we bring you The Daily Jukebox, which includes the “Top 5” newest Money Blogs Feed posts from the day(s) before.
Each Saturday, we bring you The Weekly Jukebox, which includes the “Top 5” posts from The Daily Jukebox that week.
Once a month, we bring you The Monthly Jukebox, which includes the “Top 5” posts from the Weekly Jukebox for that month.
The “top” post from The Monthly Jukebox is then inducted into The Money Jukebox Hall Of Fame.
The Money Jukebox is the only series that highlights the best new personal finance blog posts.
You won’t see recycled content here. Just the best, newest content within days of its initial publishing.
The Money Jukebox is also the only series that gives you such an active voice as the reader.
Your clicks on The Money Blogs Feed give us a “Top 10” list each day, which we actively narrow down to a “Top 5.”
Our role in curation helps prevent posts with excessive self-clicking or click-bait titles from dominating The Daily Jukebox (though catchy titles are encouraged!).
Winners of The Daily Jukebox and The Weekly Jukebox, who are featured on The Weekly Jukebox and The Monthly Jukebox, respectively, are chosen solely by your poll votes.
I’ve Been Jukeboxed!
Being selected for The Money Jukebox is an honor, whether for The Daily Jukebox, for The Weekly Jukebox, or for The Monthly Jukebox.
If you’ve been “Jukeboxed,” that means for a day, for a week, or even for a month, the personal finance community thought your post was amongst both the latest and the greatest writing in personal finance.
Folks who have been Jukeboxed can sport the “As Jukeboxed On” badge with pride.
Here’s what the badge looks like:
And here’s the Custom HTML:
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But only if you have truly been “Jukeboxed” can you sport the “As Jukeboxed On” badge!