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I've joined with Go Banking Rates and other personal finance bloggers in promoting Financial Literacy this month and next.

I'm a contributing blogger at Go Banking Rates. When one of the editors mentioned their campaign  I said yes.

Basically, GBR along with finance bloggers are pledging to help educate people across the country about how they can strengthen their knowledge about personal finance.

Go Banking Rates also has a Financial Literacy Quiz you can take.

Next month I'll be having another challenge contest that I hope will fire everyone up about their finances (please subscribe now to be the first know and be entered in a subscribers only contest).

If you have any suggestions about topics you want to read here on Couple Money, please let me know.

Couple Money Around the Web

Besides writing here on Couple Money I contribute at other sites as well. Here are a few of my recent posts:

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Personal Finance Posts to Catch Up On

If you have some free time this weekend and want some tips and information for your finances, be sure to read some of these wonderful posts.

They’re from tweets I’ve sent out this past week. Please follow me to get them as I post them.

  • Who Knows How Much You Make? via @LoveNotDebt -> Pretty much only my husband and the IRS knows how much I make. How about you?
  • There are No Money Rules via @mjtm – Evan examines some big grey areas in personal finance.
  • Basics of Insurance: Why we Need Insurance? via @onlyonecent
  • Death by a Thousand Fees via @FMFblog– Double check to see if you're getting hit by needless fees
  • From Eviction to Vacation in 10 Months via @BudgetsAreSexy – Happy to see a couple working together
  • Car Loans: The Good, The Bad, The Better on @MintingNickels

Have a wonderful weekend with your family!


About Elle Martinez

Elle Martinez helps families at Couple Money achieve financial freedom by sharing tips for reducing debt, increase income, and building net worth. Learn how to live on one income and have fun with the second..