Just a few more shopping days left until all the December Holidays begin to kick off. Then the New Year and new resolutions will be upon us. Are you ready?
Saved Cents is ready, and we are not only making our list, checking it twice, but are also coming up with some great resolutions for 2014. As always, saving more cents, learning a lot more about finance, and meeting more people rank high on the list.
If you want, let us know what ranks high on your financial list of “To Do’s” for 2014. Let’s begin a conversation and share helpful insights.
Saved Cents follows quite a few blogs and celebrities in the personal financial space. By 2014 we will have a list of some of those blogs and people on our site. Until we do, keep up with us on Twitter. There are a lot of great Tweets by many of the blogs and people we follow, and their insight and advice is workable and extremely helpful. Put your own spin on the “How To” advice and you will find yourself saving lots of cents and creating your own abundant financial future. Want to start or grow your business with a strong financial foundation? There are tools and resources to do that as well. Make sure to check out the Resources page on our website, savedcents.com.
Now, for an interesting and thought provoking question: What could you do with an hour?
Have you seen the post on YouTube about what schools may not be teaching? The YouTube video goes on to talk about Code, as in computer science. Saved Cents would also add budgeting and finance may still be lacking as a subject taught in the classroom. Obviously, there are only so many hours in a school day, and finances are still a bit of a taboo subject to talk about. But, in general terms finance and budgeting need to be integrated some how into formal education, we think. In addition to how to Code?
Hour of Code video: http://youtu.be/FC5FbmsH4fw
We would love to hear your thoughts about the concept of the video, and what one can do in an hour. Maybe you’ll come up with a way to Save Cents that is automatic and makes your life a bit more abundant. If you create a financial code and are motivated, share your story with us on Saved Cents.