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Squawkfox: Where Money Is Fun

July 18, 2018

Your money talk just got a lot more fun!

Yes, we said fun. That’s because, when you log onto Squawkfox.com, you’ll find an array of money-related articles telling it exactly like it is while keeping it light and entertaining. Kerry, the site’s blogger, is a financial journalist, author, lecturer, and self-proclaimed optimist. Kerry dedicated her site to helping you learn how money works. In it, you’ll find out how to spend less, save more, invest successfully and achieve or maintain financial independence.

Kerry’s engaging writing style takes the tedium out of every financial conversation and will have you hooked until the last word. From investing to budgeting basics to retirement planning, you’ll find it all here.

Squawkfox is more than just fun, informational articles. You’ll also find lots of free financial tools you can really use. Check out the Food & Diet section for a meal-planning chart that’ll help you trim your grocery bills and make dinner prep simple. Got bitten by the budgeting bug? Make it happen with Kerry’s convenient expense and income tracking spreadsheets in the Budgeting section. You’ll save hours of mind-numbing number-crunching with Squawkfox’s money tools.

The stars of the blog, though, are definitely the fun, thought-provoking articles. Kerry shares trending business news and evergreen budgeting tips while challenging blog visitors to apply what they read to their own lives.

One of Kerry’s most widely read articles pushed readers to grab control of the urge to splurge by taking a large purchase and translating it into the hours of work it would take to pay for it. Kerry demonstrated this concept with a down coat retailing at $900, showing how it would take an average-income worker more than 40 hours of work to pay that price. When you view a purchase by the amount of work you’ll need to do to make it yours, it’s easier to say no.

Some trending articles on the Squawkfox homepage include:

  • Finance is Personal on TV: Millennials, FOMO, and Loyalty Programs!
  • Beginner’s Guide to Meal Planning
  • I Went To a Real Estate Bitcoin Wealth Expo So You Don’t Have To
  • Getting Out Of Debt With the Debt Reduction Spreadsheet 2018

Stop by Squawkfox for a fun, educational read!

Your Turn: What’s your favorite personal finance blog? Share it with us in the comments!

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