Obama's credit card statement and other hot finance stories, via Tip'd

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Tip'dThis is a round-up of the most popular finance links from Tip'd, the social news site for finance, in the past week. This week's stories include tips on reducing overhead by using Google Apps for business, another take on the old adage "spend less than you make'" (which we honestly cannot hear enough), and the President's credit card statement.

Barack Obama's Credit Card Statement (37 Tips)
A tongue-in-cheek look at the commander-in-chief's credit card statement. Looks like he's running awfully close to his credit limit! Add to the discussion on Tip'd.
Automate Your Finances to Save Time and Money (24 Tips)
Automating your finances will allow you to make sure your bills are paid on time and your savings goals are not interrupted by a failure to remember to make the transfer. A great way to start on the road toward financial independence. Read what others are saying.

Company Is Going Bankrupt. What About My Pension? (24 Tips)
With the sky falling, you should know where and how hard it will land. This post explains exactly what could happen to pension plans under bankrupt companies. See what other worried employees are thinking.

Spend Less Than You Make (23 Tips)
A simple idea, that's for sure, but one that bears repeating. Read the advice of other personal finance gurus.

Use Google Apps to Start Your Business for Less (23 Tips)
Why pay for something you can get for free? That's the concept behind this piece, which suggests we use Google Apps as alternatives to expensive software when starting up a new business. Hear what other entrepreneurs have to say.

You can get more of today's hot finance stories at tipd.com. At Tip'd, the community chooses which financial stories go "hot" and appear on the homepage. The links above are those links which got "tipped" the most in the past seven days by community members.
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