As another year draws to a close, now is the perfect time to look back at some of the best posts we published in 2013. Below I’ve listed our top 5 articles from the past twelve months, as well as our favorite new product which happens to be the best rewards credit card for people who like to travel.
Best New Product
The Barclaycard Arrival(TM) World MasterCard® was voted the best credit card for travel rewards by Money Magazine and it is easy to see why. Just charge $1,000 in the first 90 days and you’ll receive a $400 bonus ($200 if you choose the no annual fee version of the card). You’ll earn 2x points on all purchases and you can use them for airfare, hotels, cruises, and more with absolutely no black out date. Read our full review here.
Top 5 Posts From 2013
Debt Snowball vs Debt Avalanche – Which is Better? – There is always a lot of debate over which is the best way to pay down your debt? Do you pay off the debt with the lowest interest rate first? Or should you start with the debt that has the lowest balance? Check out our advice right here.
7 Things I Learned Watching Honeymooners Re-runs – My favorite TV show of all time is The Honeymooners. Yes, it aired decades before I was even born. But it still makes me laugh every time I watch. If you’re in the New York area you can watch a Honeymooners marathon on WPIX (chanel 11) starting at midnight tonight. In the meantime, click here to read about the 7 lessons the show taught me.
Is Costco’s Membership Fee a Bargain or a Scam? – This post started quite a debate between lovers and haters of the warehouse club giant. I was a little surprised at how much anger i generated, but it was sure fun to watch. Check out the post and leave a comment with your own thoughts here.
6 Ways to Deal with Stress as a Work at Home Parent – Working from home may seem like a dream come true but it’s not always as perfect as some people make it out to be. This is especially true if you have young children in the house with you. This post will give you some tips for dealing with the stress.
Changing Your Mindset from Employee to Entrepreneur – Entrepreneurship isn’t for everyone, but if you’re reading this blog there is a good chance you’re looking for a way to escape life in a cubicle. This post will help you make the mental transition from employee to entrepreneur.
Happy New Year!
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