Here’s this week’s list of amazing finds focused on managing your money. If you come across a great you’d like to see featured on the site (or you have a great resource to share) send an email to feature@launchwhileworking [dot] com.
Editor’s Choice: Girls Just Want to Have Funds
This trendy site I recently discovered had fantastic articles on making and saving money. Want to stay up to date on the latest money topics and how they apply to women, check out the Financial News category. Ginger has been publishing this super helpful blog since 2003 and covers include everything from hot topics like Facebook’s IPO to Choosing the Best Credit Card Processor. Her blog is a resource for both personal and business financial issues. Other posts to check out:
- 9 Pros And Cons Of Canceling Vs Cutting Up Your Credit Cards
- 3 Tips To Help You Transform Wasteful Spending into Purposeful Spending
- Warren Buffett’s Must Read 3 Investment Insights For Women
By the way, I came across this site after browsing a list of 30 Black Women Bloggers You Should Know in 2012 (a list we’re on as well!)
Book Mark This: Bible Verses About Money
This is article found on the Bible Money Matters blog is definitely one you’ll want to come back to. If you’ve grown up with a disconnect between spirituality and money, this is a good place to start with improving your knowledge, understanding, and mindset. The scriptures are broken into different sections including Bible verses about: Contentment, Debt, Greed and Being Ethical and Not Cheating Others. Beyond this post, this blog is full of great articles on investing and wealth building. Add it to your RSS feed ASAP and follow on Twitter @MoneyMatters.
Tools to Use: ShoeBoxed.com
Are you tracking your receipts? If you are scrambling at the end of the month, during tax season, or any time you sit down to balance your books, Shoeboxed.com is a must-have tool. There’s a free forever version, a version for your iPhone or Android phone, it even connects to gMail. What is it and how does it work? In their own words, Shoeboxed.com saves “people time and money by turning piles of paper clutter into organized digital data.” You send them your receipts by regular mail or online and they will scan, organize and record your documents. And it’s not just receipts - you can send them business cards, bills and other documents. Shoeboxed.com also connects with Quickbooks, Freshbooks, and EverNote.
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