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Finance Carnival for Young Adults

I’m hosting the Finance Carnival for Young Adults this week and am very excited to bring some fantastic articles to you!

Editor’s Picks

Irfan @ Everything About Investment writes Best Roth IRA Providers of 2013 - When selecting a Roth IRA account providers, individuals consider a lot of factors and expenses such as trading fees, transaction costs and commissions per equity trade. Here we have highlighted the best Roth IRA account providers of 2013 for you to choose from considering all the factors.

Corey @ 20s Finances writes When are you ready to buy a house? - You may want to finally plunge your family into the housing market, but should you?

Kyle @ The Penny Hoarder writes How to Spend Your Money Wisely on Your Wedding - For some, weddings are the ultimate fantasy that they’ve been shaping since they were children; for others, weddings an annoyance that must be endured throughout the summer; and for many, weddings are their bread and butter.

Anton Ivanov @ Dreams Cash True writes How to Write An Awesome Craigslist Ad - Want your Craigslist ads noticed and your phone ringing of the hook? Check out these tips for writing awesome Craigslist ads that sell.

Ray @ Squirrelers writes 20 Frugal Ways to Enjoy Outdoor Summer Fun - Enjoying the summer weather doesn’t have to break the budget. This post shares 20 ways to enjoy the outdoors while being frugal!

Robert @ The College Investor writes 7 Practical Tips on How to Deal with Student Loan Debt - According to the nonprofit American Student Assistance, there are approximately 37 million people with student loans in the United States today, and the average balance is about $24,000. Friends, this is not good debt. And Congress would like to double the student loan interest rate on federal student loans, starting in July.

Daniel @ Sweating the Big Stuff writes Credit Card Rewards for Smart People - Many personal finance web apps are dishonest about credit card rewards. Reward Boost gives the honest truth about credit card rewards.

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