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The Daily Mix – Monday, July 15, 2019

The Daily Mix – Monday, July 15, 2019

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The Money Mix goal is to bring you the latest and greatest money and financial news, stories, and articles from around the personal finance world! We also want to share the love with the many talented personal finance writers out there by sending as much traffic as possible to their sites.

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The winner of the monthly Money Mix votes will be automatically entered for a chance to win a Plutus award for producing the best piece of content for the year. Here’s how it works:

  • Monday through Thursday, you’ll get four new articles up for a vote
  • On Friday, the winners of the M-TH votes will be voted on again to reveal a weekly winner
  • On the last Saturday of the month, the weekly winners are put up for a final vote to select the monthly “Best Content” winner

But, that’s not all.

All monthly winners will be automatically entered into the Plutus Award competition for a People’s Choice award for the best content of the year.

Plus, monthly winners will get a free pass to FinCon 2019 in Washington D.C.!

Here are Today’s Best Posts:

1.

6 Great Money Tips For Financial Peace – Arrest Your Debt

Help Someone Else By Sharing This Article As an adult, continuing education is just as important if not more than when we were children. If we stop learning, we stop growing. The financial industry is constantly changing so it benefits us to keep up to date with the latest trends.


2.

How Walkable Is Your Neighborhood? – Accidental Fire

If part of your financial independence strategy is pursuing geoarbitrage or if you anticipate moving after achieving FI, where you move matters. Walkable neighborhoods have experienced a resurgence in popularity in recent years. More and more people are realizing the detrimental effects of car dependency on their bank accounts, stress levels, and overall health.


3.

My $77,000 Student Loans Are Fully Paid Off After Defaulting! – OMG My Money – Personal Finance Blog

I fully paid off $77,000 ($76,524.22 to be exact) in student loans! If you want to skip to how I paid it off, scroll to the bottom =) What a weight off my shoulders. One of my many money moron mistakes I made in my 20s can finally be put in the past.


4.

We Moved Our Health Savings Account to Fidelity! – Route to Retire

I recently completed a transfer of our health savings account (HSA) from Health Equity to Fidelity. Today, I want to tell you why I made this move and explain the process. First off, if you aren’t familiar with health savings accounts, they’re one of the most valuable accounts you can have in your arsenal.

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