I’ve recently created a foolproof method of saving thousands of dollars on health insurance and medical bills – never get sick.
The problem with sickness is that the more often you are sick, the fewer insurance companies want to insure you. Therefore, the more often you are sick, the more you will pay for insurance.
Our family is in the process of renewing our health insurance. Blahhhhh. In the last three years, our rates have gone up 300%. We finally just made a change to a new carrier.
Since joining the Yakezie challenge, I’ve been visiting a lot of new blogs. This week, I want to introduce you to my three favorite new blogs I visited this week.
Deliver Away Debt – Sometimes you need to do whatever is necessary to get out of debt.
Early Retirement Extreme – This blog had me wondering all week about some of my traditional assumptions regarding retirement.
Consumer Boomer – I’ve been to this website before, and each time I visit, I find something I’m interested in reading.
Now on to some suggested articles …
Canadian Finance Blog discusses Reward Points, Loyalty Cards, and Lies.
This week, The Oblivious Investor introduced a New Site: IRA Reviews. Be sure to check out IRA Reviews.
Bargaineering begs Don’t Pay Taxes With Credit Cards.
Congrats to “Stew” who has been writing for Gather Little By Little for one year now – One year of Stew at GLBL.
Len Penzo dot Com seeks to scientifically find the best travel site: Expedia, Orbitz, Priceline and Others: What’s the Best Travel Search Engine?.
Wealth Pilgrim shares 6 Steps to Collecting Money Owed You.
Digerati Life shares Target Date Funds or LifeCycle Funds: Pros and Cons