We’re sending you some of the “must-reads” from the corners of the internet specializing in personal finance.

Here’s what you need to know this week:

  • Have you ever immediately regretted spending a few bucks here and a few bucks there? Most of us have. Actually, most of us have those day-to-day expenses that are thrown under the rug until the end of the month, when you realize your bank account is not where you want it to be. Forbes reports A Day In The Life Of An Overspender: 9 Money Traps – And How to Avoid Them, because you can’t always take back those spontaneous – and often irrational – purchases.
  • When you think of the holidays, you don’t always think of the word “frugal.” You might think of colder weather, holiday shopping and annual financial check-ups. The US News & World Reports Frugal Shopper Bloggers help you harness the power of your strict budget with 10 Frugal Ways to Save This Fall.
  • As your life changes, so does your premium on car insurance. Your insurance rates gradually decline from age 25 to 70. Some discounts are applied to people automatically, some are applied after informing your agent of changes in your lifestyle and some come from being proactive. Daily Finance gives tips on How to Get the Best Deal on Car Insurance – Eventually so you can take advantage of discounts and policy changes throughout the different stages of life.

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