2008 Best Personal Finance Posts

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It’s been an eventful year with the global economy. Personal finance is becoming a more important topic to discuss and learn. I really believe 2009 will be a big year for many personal finance. The economy won’t be fixed overnight and people will have to be more conscious of their spending if they want to ride this through. 

Do you need tips for 2009? Mara has already got a list compiled to help you jump start your finances. check out her post New Cash For The New Year 2009: Tips From Top Money Bloggers.

There was a tremendous amount of great information in 2008 for personal finance. I searched over 100 personal finance posts to find a great collection of articles that are helpful for this reflective round up. Thank you to all the bloggers who put such an effort writing and thanks to the wonderful readers who have been following us. 

There are over 60 personal finance articles are included, so pick and choose which interest you the most. Any a particular post? Leave a comment on the blog to let them know. 

Editors Choice

I asked some bloggers to share their favorite posts from this past yea. A few were kind enough to give their thoughts. 

Finances and Budgeting

 

 Economy & Taxes

 

Frugality & Do It Yourself Projects

 

Debt Reduction

 

Investing & Retirement

 

Saving and Wealth Building

 

I hope your weekend goes well. Take care!

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30 Responses to 2008 Best Personal Finance Posts

  1. Thank you for including my article. It must have been a lot of work to put this list together! Thank you for spending that time.

  2. Thanks so much for including me among all of these great sites. And an editor’s pick too!! It’s been quite a year hasn’t it? Hope you have a great 2009!!

  3. @ Everyone I had a fun (and crazy time) going through the blogs. I was amazed over how much information was out there on personal finance blog. I was also excited to discover some new blogs!

    Thank you for your support and stumbles. :D

  4. @GradGirl: I took awhile to get through ( I read every posts and much more), but I’m happy it’s up! Thanks for your post, can’t wait to see what you have in 2009.

  5. @Single Ma: I love your blog and especially your mantra: Work to achieve, not to acquire.

    @David: With the economy looking to be dow for a bit, I think you’re savings post will become a popular resource.