Remember in January when I shared the contents of my wallet? Well, the idea must be catching on. Trent, over at The Simple Dollar, posted something similar Thursday called What’s In Your Wallet? How I Organize the Finances in My Pocket.
It’s an interesting read. Mostly because he thinks in terms of security and thrift. For example, he doesn’t keep an ATM card in his wallet because they have less fraud protection than credit cards and they allow him too easy access to cash he doesn’t necessarily need.
There are so many people blogging about their personal financial situations these days. It’s a good resource for those of us looking to help them gain solvency.
From Trent’s bio page: The Simple Dollar is a blog for those of us who need both cents and sense: people fighting debt and bad spending habits while building a financially secure future and still affording a latte or two. Our busy lives are crazy enough without having to compare five hundred mutual funds – we just want simple ways to manage our finances and save a little money.
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