The Personal Finance Olympics finals are underway, and the three finalists with the most votes on their final submissions will win a gold, silver or bronze medal and a cash prize of $1,000, $250 or $100 to be awarded at the 2012 Financial Blogger Conference!
Competitors are submitting articles addressing the following topic:
What is the one financial “golden rule” that you’ve since abandoned in our post-recession economy?
The financial crisis of 2007 and resulting recession have significantly changed the way we earn, save, spend and invest our money. Is there a long-standing financial belief or practice that no longer holds true in this economy? What has changed and why?
Want to read what the personal finance industry’s best writers have to say? Below are the finalists in the Personal Finance Olympics, ranked from most to least votes:
August 13, 2012 Update: The votes are in and we have our winners! We won’t be announcing who they are until the Official Medals Ceremony during our happy hour event at FinCon. Learn more about the event and stay tuned to find out who won the Gold, Silver and Bronze medals in the Personal Finance Olympics!