Last week I reviewed Millionaire Teacher, by Andrew Hallam.  For a chance to win a free copy of the book, I asked the readers to share what money lesson they wish they learned in school.  The contest received more than 50 entries, and I really enjoyed reading all of the different responses.  The lucky winner of the book is Eleanor!

This week on Moneyville I wrote about why products are more expensive in Canada.  I also wrote about how to keep credit history for a stay-at-home spouse.

A post in the New York Times caused quite a stir on Wednesday.  Read all about why this executive left Goldman Sachs.

Here are a few more interesting personal finance articles from around the blogosphere this week:

  1. Money Infant explains why cash flow matters
  2. Cash Money Life shares 34 epic tips on how to write a resume
  3. My Own Advisor disagrees with an expert and says buying what you know makes sense
  4. Planting Money Seeds had a $307 package stolen right off her doorstep
  5. Free From Broke explains why new technology makes shopping with your credit card easier
  6. Young and Thrifty explains what do teachers know about financial literacy?
  7. Million Dollar Journey looks at the problems with managing other people’s money
  8. Financial Highway shares an infographic on investment fraud
  9. Big Cajun Man defends his pension – I am a civil servant
  10. Preserving Pennies kicks off a new series called baby on a budget

Have a great weekend, everyone!

Pin It on Pinterest