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Has cabin fever taken hold of you and made you mad? Don’t worry, read This Week in Financial Blunders so you can see the outside world is still just as ridiculous as it’s always been.
Quit smoking, exercise more, stop swearing – New Year’s resolutions are hard to keep, but if your resolution was to eat healthier, This Week in Financial Blunders might help you keep your word.
2014! The start of the New Year is always about making a clean start – rising from the ashes of the previous year and soaring with excitement into the New Year like a baby phoenix. Unfortunately, not everyone shares the same sentiments and some instead begin the New Year with a big, dumb mistake. See who’s already shot themselves in the foot in 2014 with This Week in Financial Blunders.
My word, what a year for financial blunders. Well, technically “This Week in Financial Blunders” hasn’t been running for a full year, but the Zing Blog would be ill-advised not to include a “best of” list like every other publication in the blogosphere. Unfortunately, only people who work at Freddie Mac would read a “Top 12 Biggest Moves in the Primary Mortgage Market Survey” blog, so instead we’ve compiled our six favorite financial blunders from the past year. The biggest, weirdest, saddest and funniest are all here, so read them and weep. Weep for joy or sadness, whichever you prefer.
As 2013 gets closer to its end, last minute financial blunders are trying to make their mark on 2013. Which money mishaps made it in this week? Read This Week in Financial Blunders to find out.
Like a cold breeze running up your spine on a brisk November day, financial blunders are hard not to notice. You try to ignore them like an impending winter, but they’re going to happen either way. Let’s take a look at what This Week in Financial Blunders has in store for us.
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The biggest financial blunder one can do in their personal life is typically junk food-related. That late night fast food run, pizza order or tub of ice cream always sounds like a great idea at the time, but it ends up thinning out the wallet and plumping your waist line. That’s why, in this edition of This Week in Financial Blunders, we focus on business struggle in the world of junk food.