While I’d love to write some sort of witty introduction to my link roundup, I just don’t have it in me tonight. Instead, let’s just get to the links. What follows is a list of twelve recent articles that caught my eye.
- Carrying Bigger Bills? Youâ€™re Less Likely to Spend Them
- Three Investing Lessons Learned the Hard Way
- The End of a Recession Versus Recovery
- How to Invest With Small Amounts Per Month
- Ten Questions to Ask When You’re Tempted to Buy
- Asset Allocation: An Important Part of All Financial Plans
- How to Get Help After Your Car Warranty Has Expired
- March Madness Money Lessons
- Can You Pass My Identity Theft Test?
- Seven Things to Know About a SEP-IRA
- The Buy and Hold Strategy and Your Long-Term Investment Horizon
- Oil is Cheaper, So Why Isnâ€™t Gas?
Finally, I’d be remiss if I failed to mention that two of my fellow bloggers, Jim and JD, have started an internet radio show called The Personal Finance Hour. It’s currently scheduled for Monday evenings at 6PM Eastern, though they’re hoping to get a better time slot if they can build a large enough following.