Weekly Wisdom: Happy Financial Independence Day

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It’s Independence Day.

We might think that the Declaration of Independence was signed because of tea and stamps, but, at the core of the fight was the desire to be economically free.

That’s a fight that continues everyday.

Here are a few posts that can help you stage your own personal financial independence day.

Joe Taxpayer has spotted a 401(k) ripoff.

Here’s some personal finance haiku from Learn Save Invest.

Could low gas prices be a bad thing? The Digerati Life explains the gas price-recession matrix.

I09 offers 20 careers that will make the future less dystopian.

Here are  12 tips toward financial independence from Turbo Tax. Hat tip to Joe Taxpayer for the link on Tipd.

You’re net worth? It’s an illusion, according to Financial Samurai.

Personal Dividends passes on these tips: Five things on the financial checklist to do in July.

Enough Excuses: Make it Happen. Five Cent Nickel has spoken!

Not necessarily financial tips, but the Happiness-Project has some thoughts on creating your own July 4th traditions.

Do you really need those M-1000, when a simple quarter stick of dynamite will do? There’s nothing like a holiday to stir up emotions. But Money Funk offers tips on how to control emotional spending.

Finally, PF Firewall gives this advice on how to have a safe and enjoyable Independence Day.

Have a great Independence Day!

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