Last week I reviewed Millionaire Teacher, by Andrew Hallam. For a chance to win a free copy of the book, I asked the readers to share what money lesson they wish they learned in school. The contest received more than 50 entries, and I really enjoyed reading all of the different responses. The lucky winner of the book is Eleanor!
This week on Moneyville I wrote about why products are more expensive in Canada. I also wrote about how to keep credit history for a stay-at-home spouse.
A post in the New York Times caused quite a stir on Wednesday. Read all about why this executive left Goldman Sachs.
Here are a few more interesting personal finance articles from around the blogosphere this week:
- Money Infant explains why cash flow matters
- Cash Money Life shares 34 epic tips on how to write a resume
- My Own Advisor disagrees with an expert and says buying what you know makes sense
- Planting Money Seeds had a $307 package stolen right off her doorstep
- Free From Broke explains why new technology makes shopping with your credit card easier
- Young and Thrifty explains what do teachers know about financial literacy?
- Million Dollar Journey looks at the problems with managing other people’s money
- Financial Highway shares an infographic on investment fraud
- Big Cajun Man defends his pension – I am a civil servant
- Preserving Pennies kicks off a new series called baby on a budget
We were also included in the following blog carnivals this week:
- Financial Simplicity Carnival
- Carnival of Personal Finance
- Carnival of Wealth
- Carnival of Financial Camaraderie
- Self Directed Investing for Retirement Carnival
- Canadian Finance Carnival
Have a great weekend, everyone!