Welcome to PT Money’s Quick Money Tips, a roundup of the latest and greatest money tips from around Internet. In today’s edition, we focus on the new service from Google called Drive, your finances and your comfort level, and how to increase your chances of getting a job.
Best Quick Money Tips
Google Drive vs Dropbox vs SkyDrive – If you haven’t heard, or seen the change to Google Docs, there is a new player in online storage. Google just rolled out Drive. I recently switched to Drive and intend to close down my upgraded Dropbox account, which costs $9.99 a month. Drive will cost $5 for more space. This article discusses the differences and introduced me to another storage company, SkyDrive.
The Danger of Too Much Comfort in Your Financial Life – To make consistent financial progress over the long haul you need to stop and shake things up a bit. This article discusses some ways that the status quo can be harmful to our finances.
How to Increase Your Chances of Getting a Job – Standing out against a sea of applicants is no small challenge. These are some good tips for going above and beyond your competitors.
Money, Power and Wall Street – One of my favorite weekly programs is Frontline. This past week they took on the subject of the Global Financial Crisis that started in 2008. I caught a few parts of this series and hope to finish watching it soon.
50 Easy Ways To Save Money Every Month – Looking for a few extra ways to save? This list is packed full, and not just the generic tips you always hear.
More Quick Money Tips
The 10 Worst Ways to Make Extra Money – A few gigs that probably aren’t worth the energy used for the financial return that you get. But if you’re hard pressed for money…
Financial Lessons to Teach Kids – It’s never too early to teach our kids about saving and spending money.
14 Lessons From Benjamin Franklin About Getting What You Want In Life – Into self-improvement? Check out these words of wisdom from our most famous founding father.
Is It Safer to Use Multiple Fund Companies? – One of the questions I posed on my own blog a while back was whether there was such a thing as fund company risk. In other words, would it be safer to diversify where you have your investments (i.e. some with Fidelity, some with Vanguard, etc.) This interview answers that question.