A few weeks ago, I found myself going through the Reddit Personal Finance goldmine. I call it a goldmine because it’s been a rough couple of months and I had lots of personal finance questions that I needed answers to. When life happens, everything that you had figured out gets thrown out and you’re somehow back at square one.
I’m in the process of making a major purchase/ decision/ life move and I’m not sure what’s the best approach. Enter: Reddit Personal Finance. In addition to finding answers to my questions, I happened upon other things and situations that I’ve been in.
These are some of my favourite Reddit Personal Finance posts of the week:
This is the absolute truth.
Very good read with excellent suggestions.
I wish that this was an option for several of my previous jobs.
This is for the couples out there. Have you had this conversation yet?
These companies have been around for years, but I’ve never heard about anyone who’s struck it big.
A concerned parent needs help explaining the concept of money to a teen.
Yikes! This is a tough one. You need a car, but you can’t afford to buy a new one.
The government does not play.
Does this sound like you? Maybe there’s a solution here that can help.
The age old question that has baffled the world for years. If you look through Reddit Personal Finance posts, you will find this question many times over with different scenarios.
Identity theft is real. Protect yourself.
This is an excellent problem.
Has this ever happened to you? Is it mind over money?
In this scenario, the redditor is faced with mounting debt.
When computer algorithms are your best friend.
A very real situation for millions of people.
So many of us have been in this boat.
Didn’t I tell you that this forum is a goldmine for personal finance advice? There is proof in the posts.
What do you do when everything is going against you?
Looking for a way to become debt free and free from the credit card trap.
Did you file your taxes on time? I did, and it was not quite what I expected.