I’m a few days behind (again), but our recent post on “Debunking Debit Cards” has been posted in the Carnival of Personal Finance - Edition #204. As always, the carnival is full of informative and educational articles. It took me a few days to mull through them and pull some of my favorites, but here […]
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This was a bit of a surprise, since I thought I had missed the deadline and only just found out that we were published on this past week’s Carnival of Personal Finance - Edition #199. Our post on “Individual Development Accounts“made the cut, along with dozens of other great articles and blog postings.
Here are a […]
Just wanted to let you know that last week’s post on “The Five Stages of Grief in Real Estate” is part of this week’s Carnival of Personal Finance - edition #189 (the Super Bowl edition - hosted by Taking Charge, a credit cards blog).
The carnival - as always - is full of great posts by […]
Last week’s post about Yield, Safety, or Liquidity made it into this week’s Carnival of Personal Finance, hosted by The Sun’s Financial Diary.
Make sure you stop by and have a look at the other posts listed in the carnival. There are dozens of posts covering debt, savings, consumerism and frugality, and other worthy personal finance […]
Friday’s post about unloading a stock, “Five Ways to Divorce a Stock,” is part of this week’s Carnival of Personal Finance hosted by J. Money of “Budgets Are Sexy.”
It’s been a busy Monday, so I haven’t had a chance to review everything in the carnival, but when I do, I’ll be sure to update this […]
As a Friday bonus, you get two posts from Richard! Geezeo.com, who ran an interview with Richard earlier this week, is running a guest post from him today.
Titled “10 Traps to Avoid in Dealing With The Retirement/Investment Complex,” his post was written to help you navigate and negotiate your way through an army of financial […]
Last week’s post about gold speculation, “All That Glitters”, is part of this week’s Carnival of Personal Finance hosted by Banker Girl. As usual, there are a number of great posts covering Frugality, Investments, Family Matters, Retirement, and much more.
One amusing post we spotted was “Why Does My 10-Ounce Silver Bar Weigh More than 10 […]
Our recent post, “Bet The House Part I” is part of this week’s Carnival of Personal Finance, hosted by Everyday Finance. There is a slew of great posts on credit and debt, real estate, money management, and more.
One post that caught my eye in particular was “Ten Warning Signs of a Normal Financial Life,” with […]