I had a feeling when I posted last month that our net worth had made positive gains for fourteen months that I was probably jinxing myself. Sure enough, the streak came to an end as our net worth fell for the first time since June 2012. Largely driven by the stock market taking a breather, our net worth fell by 1.5%.
Here are some great posts I’ve read over the past few weeks. I hope you enjoy them as much as I did.
A buffer of cash in your checking account can help in many ways, as pointed out by How I Save Money. My favorite positive reason is simple: peace of mind!
All Financial Matters points out one of my pet peeves, that Tropicana raised prices by way of charging you the same as you used to pay but giving you less. Argh!
KrantCents has a very resourceful list, outlining 25 odd jobs that can make good money. If you’re looking for some extra cash, and want to do something that’s well worth the time, check this list first.
Keeping with the jobs theme, I always love reading about people’s job histories, and Tight Fisted Miser had a whole slew of entertaining and foundational jobs that provided many good insights into the workforce.
I remember when I moved into my first condo in 1999, a neighbor told me that she had already paid off her condo. I couldn’t fathom this. Apparently, I wasn’t the only person who assumed that everybody has debt, as found here at Plunged In Debt.
If you’re transporting your pets by way of automobile, Funny About Money wants to remind you to please carry them properly and safely (for you and the pet)