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  • Writer's pictureHarry N. Stout

37- FinancialVerse Moneysavers

Updated: Jan 15, 2021

Originally posted August 21, 2019. Each week as we research content for the FinancialVerse we read articles, blogs, and magazines looking for information that could help our readers. We also listen to numerous podcasts and radio programs. We thought it would be a great idea if we could share with you three of the best sources we have come across that week. We want you to spend two hours per week on your financial education and help you do this on a regular basis.

This week here are 3 great articles we came across that you might find interesting:

Financial tools like new computer applications and new ways of doing business are always being introduced in the FinancialVerse. Smart Money has just published a listing of the top 20 new tools that could benefit you in your financial journey.

They did this by compiling a list of financial companies offering products that debuted (or released new features) between January 2018 and June 2019. A panel of eight judges rated the list on innovativeness and relevance to Real Simple readers to reach a list of 20. The top winners scored highest among these ratings. All descriptions and services as of July 30, 2019.

This is an opinion piece by John ESI Money about money saving tips that people hate to hear but that may benefit them.

This piece by Maurie Backman from the Motley Fool focuses on items we have explored in the FinancialVerse A Common Sense Approach for Your Money and discusses how they relate to newlyweds.

As we have indicated to our readers, the FinancialVerse has been developed to offer books and Moneysavers that provide useful, easy-to-digest information on:

  • General financial matters

  • Risk identification

  • Insurance protection products available

  • Information to improve financial awareness

  • Debt management ideas and resources

  • Materials that support consumers getting financial advice

Our content helps to identify life’s financial challenges and provides suggested resources that the reader can pursue to educate themselves. The content is focused on consumer education and does not promote any particular product, service or company.

If you value the content we provide, please subscribe to our free Moneysavers. We will notify you each time a new post is added to the site.Thanks again for your interest in improving your financial knowledge. There is so much to learn and understand. So many ways to improve your financial situation.

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