Weekly Roundup

Retirees with an urge to return to return to college, just for fun, will like this one. Senior Summer School provides “education vacations” that take place on college and university campuses around the country. Included are meals, a room and 2-6 classes daily from professors, local historians and celebrities, industry professionals. There are a minimum of 3 sightseeing trips and evening lectures or entertainment.

Money Trakin’ is a free site that helps you to manage your budget by tracking all of your expenses and income.

“Licensed to market and sell health insurance in all 50 states and the District of Columbia, eHealthInsurance has developed partnerships with more than 180 health insurance companies, offering more than 10,000 health insurance products online.” If you don’t want to use the internet to shop and compare they also offer a free 800 number to call.

Post of the Week – A personal finance post I found to be exceptional.
Check out this tongue-in-cheek post on 43 of the Worst Personal Finance Articles of 2009.

YoYo Games claims to be “the world’s largest user generated game site with over 25,000 games.” Register with them and make your own games and play what others have created, all for free.

Kayak is a free travel search site that searches hundreds of other travel sites for the best deals on plane tickets and hotel rooms.

If you are looking to help others during this sour economy or you have found yourself needing a hand up make sure to visit Modest Needs. They offer three types of grants: Self-Sufficiency Grants, Back-to-Work Grants, and Independent Living Grants, and come with no strings attached and do not ever have to be repaid. Check out their Make a Donation section if you are in a position to help.

Weekly Reminder – A reminder of a useful article you might have missed.
I wrote this article about different ways you can sell your CD’s and DVD’s.

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