Money and Finance

Money, money, money.  The whole world runs on money.  As the Pink ones once said of money, “It’s a gas.  Grab that cash with both hands and make a stash.”

And guys, never forget; “No Money, No Honey!”  (Clicking on the picture will get you better results!)

Here are some “money” links.  Read the advice they offer, that it may prevent you from ever running out of the precious stuff.

1. Financial Sense and the Financial Sense Podcast.

This was the very first financial website/podcast I encountered. I listened to it faithfully for about three years, back when all the podcasts were free. Now that you have to pay for many of the podcasts I don’t listen to it all that often anymore, but like a first love it still has a special place in my heart.

2. Mr. Money Mustache.

If you only have time to peruse one financial website, choose this one! It is that good! MMM will motivate you to whip your flabby finances into shape, if it is still humanly possible to do so. (Hint: it is ALWAYS possible to tame your wild spending.)

3. Rockstar Finance and Budgets Are Sexy.

Two great websites by the wonderful J. Money, both of which are full of yummy financial article deliciousness.  We are even listed on his directory of personal finance blogs.  (Look for Working Class Hero, Part 1.)

4. Jim Collins.

I’m not as enamored of this website as I am of the preceding ones, but he is linked to by Mr. Money Mustache, (always a good thing), and his post, “Why You Need F-You Money” is quite possibly the best personal finance post I have ever read.  Seriously.  If you haven’t read it yet, stop doing whatever you’re doing right now and read it!

5. The Survival Podcast.

Okay, this one is a bit off track sometimes, and occasionally Mr. Spirko goes off on an ill-advised redneck rant, but there are some gems buried in here if you look.  Remember …. to get your finances in order, you’re gonna have to get your life in order.  At times, and in its own way, TSP follows the “Live Simply that Others May Simply Live” mantra.  The podcasts that do so are really, really cool.  Besides, if you keep an open mind, you’ll learn a thing or two from Ol’ Jack.  (For example, did you know that, “battery manufacturers are required by law to replace any device that leaking batteries destroy”?)