Weekend reads: why 50 Cent went bankrupt, feds investigate the sharing economy, and more

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Published July 17, 2015|1 min read

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50 Cent claims he has a lot less – he filed for bankruptcy just this week. You Need A Budget explored why bankruptcy is not a problem of having too little money. Instead, bankruptcy is simply a failure to properly manage your money. If you've never heard of You Need A Budget, check out their blog and our review of their awesome software.What else is there to read this weekend? Well, the federal government is investigating so-called "sharing economy" companies, J. Money shows us how he paid off his student loans, and what parents don't understand about millennials. Check out all of our weekend reads below.

YOU NEED A BUDGET50 Cents on 50 Cent’s Bankruptcy: Money Management is Not a Money Problem

BUDGETS ARE SEXYHow I Paid off $46,500 of Student Loans in 2 years

ARS TECHNICAWatch out sharing economy, the feds are watching this whole contractor thing

MONEY UNDER 30What Your Parents Don’t Understand: 3 Ways The Working World Has Changed For Millennials

BIBLE MONEY MATTERSEssentials Of Selling Your Stuff On Craigslist

THE PENNY HOARDER5 Strange Ways to Stay Cool Without Air Conditioning

DOUGHROLLERShould You Get a Credit Card to Improve Your Credit?

THE RELUCTANT LANDLORDDon’t Lose Money by Selling Your Home for Down Payment Money