Every Tuesday, I will post a link roundup of articles I’ve found while researching the Internet. This is the “My Funny Valentine” Edition!
Below are just a few of the awesome personal finance articles I came across last week. The ones that addressed Valentine’s Day & relationships are at the top. Check them out!
Inexpensive Valentine Ideas (@onemoneydesign)
Jason lists several inexpensive Valentine’s day ideas. These ideas are a great alternative to an expensive dinner. It is possible to show your loved one you care without breaking the bank!
13 Inexpensive Date Ideas (Money Under 30) – Carrie (from Carrie…On the Cheap)
Lists even more ideas for that special day. She challenges you to break up the “tried-and-true” rules of dating and come up with something new and exciting.
10 Money Management Tips for Newly Married Couples (@MoneyCrashers)
Great tips for those who’ve recently tied the knot. Communication is key!
101 Ways to Improve Your Marriage Money Relationship (@MH4Christians)
Craig lists even more ways to improve your relationship with regards to finances. This is a very thorough list worth bookmarking!
What Makes Christian Personal Finance Different? (@providentplan)
Paul eloquently explains the difference between Christian personal finance sites and secular advice. That difference being the ultimate goal of our financial decisions is the glorify God. Great read!
Did Jesus Pay Taxes? (@christiandebt)
Have you ever wondered what the Bible says about taxes? More specifically…did Jesus pay taxes? This article gives scriptures that will answer that question. Timely as we are in tax season.
5 Legitimate Work-From Home Jobs (@ChristianPF)
Jonathan lists 5 jobs you can do from home..the key word being “legit”. These aren’t your “work at home” scams that dominate the Internet. These are real companies, and he has mentioned working for 3 of them. Out of the entire list, I only recognized 1 of the companies, so check it out…there may be some undiscovered opportunities awaiting.
PFJ On the Map (Yes, I am going to continue to work the “journey” theme!)