Interested in Personal Finance? Want a Writing Job?

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I want to hire some writers for projects unrelated to Money Help For Christians. 

Ongoing Writing Position:

I’d like to hire a writer who is (1) a Canadian living in Canada, (2) a Christian, and (3) knowledgeable on the topic of personal finance (from a Canadian perspective).  I’m not looking for a professional freelancer, just someone who enjoys writing.  The applicant would write articles on a weekly basis.

Random Article Submissions:

I’m also looking for people to write articles on personal finance.  There is no ongoing obligation or commitment.  Just submit the occasional article at your convenience. 

If you are interested in getting more details, please send an email to mhforc [at] gmail [dot] com for more information. 

Weekly Roundup

Since I talked about a Roth IRA conversion this week, I thought I should point out Joe Taxpayer’s post called Roth IRA Conversion Fail.  There are reasons why you might not want to convert to a Roth.

Congrats to Tom at Canadian Finance Blog – his consumer debt is paid off.  He is now asking the question what’s after paying off debt?  One of the false assumptions about debt free living is that financial decisions will be easier.  Truth be told, you have a lot of important decisions to make still.

Len Penzo reminds us of the joy of being a parent as he stands in amazement as his son racks up a $1,055.20 cell bill.  Turns out there was an error.  Is anyone else worried about arthritis in teens because of all this texting? 

Over the last few years I’ve been noticing a lot of great business ideas.  Unfortunately, time is the issue.  However, if you want to increase your home based earnings, check out 24 Top Legitimate Home-Based Business Ideas & Opportunities.

On a similar note, Kevin at Invest It Wisely shares tips on escaping the rat race.  With all my negative exposure to rats over the last month, I’ll never be happy with the term ‘rat race’.

At Cash Money Life, Ryan asks How Do Banks Make Money by Offering High Interest Rates?  When I was in the 6th grade, a friend said that he would never bank again when we learned that banks make money.  If they offer a service to people, then they can make all the money they want.

Frugal Dad talks about Children of the Recession: How to Insulate Kids From Financial Fears


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  1. says

    Craig, cool idea to add a Canadian perspective to your site. I think that is a great market to branch into! Thanks for highlighting my article. :)

  2. says

    I am going to have to share this information with my mother-in-law. She is a good writer and could use the extra income. Thanks.

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