Personal Finance Roundup

How to Make Money as a Soccer Referee [Free Money Finance] “If you’re interested in making some extra money as a soccer ref (or any sort of ref for that matter), this post should be right up your alley.”
How to file an insurance claim — and win [MSN Money] “Submitting a claim doesn’t have to be painful, drawn-out experience. Follow these tips to get a quicker response from your insurer.”
Money Issues That Can Test Even a Rock-Solid Marriage [NY Times] “Five of the financial issues that are most likely to cause strife and a few ideas about how to work them out.”
The Trade-offs of Selling Your Life Insurance [Smart Money] “Cashing in your policy can be a stopgap. But you probably shouldn’t do it.”
Be a smarter charitable giver [CNN Money] “Make your charitable dollars go further by following these three strategies.”

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  1. failurate says:

    Because being paranoid that people are out to kill you is more fun when you know there is a motive out there.

  2. AD8BC says:

    Interesting points on charitable giving, especially the last one. I gave $500 to St. Jude’s once. I was immediately beseiged by free gifts, requests for more money, etc. all printed on high-gloss expensively-printed materials. I got so fed up with them I decided to not give to them again. So we started giving $500 to Shriners Hospitals. I told them it was a one time gift and if they didn’t bug me through the year they would get another one. I got a polite thank you, a receipt, and that was all.