Personal Finance Roundup

The stupidest fees of 2011 [MSN Money] “When it comes to outrageous fees imposed on consumers, these are some of the worst — whether it’s a charge for ending pay-TV service or a fee to deposit a lot of cash.”

11 Things That Are Worth the Money [Wise Bread] “When it comes to spending with discretion, it’s important to have priorities about things you think are worth the money, and those items or services that are not.”

16 Money Moves For Your Year End Financial Checklist [The Digerati Life] “Consider it an annual financial checkup.”

Flexibility or Salary: What Do You Value Most at Work? [Kiplinger] “Members of Generation Y are likely to choose flexibility over higher pay.”

5 Signs That You’re Borrowing Too Much [Moneyland] “Here are five guidelines to keep you from borrowing too much.”



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  1. MaxH42 thinks RecordStoreToughGuy got a raw deal says:

    The “Flexibility or Salary” article was not what I expected. It pretty much only addressed the choice of what devices your employer supports using for business purposes and whether you are allowed personal use (not professional) of social networks on company time. To me, telecommuting and flexible scheduling are much more important, and those plus generally supportive officers and management have kept me from leaving to get another 10-20% somewhere else.