A collection of Quizzle’s Must-Read Articles for the week ending March 3, 2013:
How do you define wealth? Some people define it as just the amount of money in your bank account and some as the sum of several different components. Five Cent Nickel takes a look at what those components may be and suggests that they all need to be working together in order to get a cohesive look at how well you are doing financially.
The Wall Street Journal covers 12 debt myths that can trip up consumers. Could any of these myths actually be hurting your financial standing and adding to your debt?
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Social Media isn’t only for fun and games and wasting time at work. It can also help you with your finances. Everything Finance has some great tips for using social media to your financial advantage.
If you run your own at-home business or are planning on starting one, you should definitely read Money Ning’s advice regarding tax surprises that you may not know about.
Recently, Yahoo! was in the news because the company is no longer going to allow employees to work from home. If you aren’t able to do that either for your job, there may be some tax breaks for commuting available to you.