Here are some articles I’ve enjoyed this past week. The links are below this picture of a certain feline. Consumerism Commentary wouldn’t qualify as a blog without an obligatory cat photograph. I’d like to dedicate this cat photo to the newly unemployed Don Imus.
Free Money Finance is looking for suggestions from readers on how to help another reader save money on a small income.
JLP from AllFinancialMatters thinks updating his net worth statement every month is fun. Obviously, I agree, as I update mine and even publish my statements.
Five Cent Nickel explains how to prioritize your retirement accounts. He works for an educational non-profit and has a number of options open to him.
Blueprint for Financial Prosperity says e-filing should be free.
Mighty Bargain Hunter suggests packing your lunch to save time and money.
MyMoneyBlog asks if you are moving forward.
Leo from Zen Habits doesn’t care about his credit score.
I Will Teach You to Rich has the final edition of the question and answer session with a real-life CPA.
Updated February 10, 2011 and originally published April 13, 2007. If you enjoyed this article, subscribe to the RSS feed or receive daily emails. Follow @ConsumerismComm on Twitter and visit our Facebook page for more updates.