Welcome to the December 14, 2009 edition of twenty something finances.
Annette BerlinpresentsFreeCycleposted atStuff With A Purpose, saying, "When I needed to get rid of two bookcases, I posted an ad on free cycle. When I needed to acquire some packing boxes, I also posted an ad on free cycle. What is free cycle and how does it work?"
nissim zivpresentsSample Career Plans: Examples of Career Plansposted atJob Interview Guide, saying, "Career planning is complex. It involves a number of steps and actions and it is always evolving. A career plan is not like a plan for assembling a bicycle where a finite number of specific parts fit into set locations."
nissim zivpresentsWhat is Career Planning and Development?posted atJob Interview Guide, saying, "Career development is an ongoing process, one that you should be focused on as you approach a career and progress through it. Development and planning are all part of career management. Make no mistake, you are in charge of your career and personal development."
Allan Inocentepresents7 Ways to Celebrate Christmas Without Breaking Your Piggy Bankposted atRich Money Habits, saying, "Christmas is just around the corner. With all the 13th and 14th month pays being given just before the month of December, everyone enjoys his own “extra” jolt of cash. Suddenly, people have money to spend. Protect your money from unnecessary spending. Discover 7 Ways to Celebrate Christmas Without Breaking Your Piggy Bank!"
Patrick @ Cash Money LifepresentsTax Tips for Children and Newbornsposted atCash Money Life, saying, "Many people are aware of the child tax credit, but here are some other tax credits and deductions that you maybe eligible for if you have children."
Patrick @ Military MoneypresentsShould You Rollover Your TSP Account Into an IRA?posted atMilitary Finance Network, saying, "The Thrift Savings Plan is similar to a 401k plan for military members and government employees. This article discusses the pros and cons of rolling your Thrift Savings Plan investments into an IRA when you leave government or military service."