I’m honored to host this week’s Totally Money Blog carnival!
For this carnival, I thought I’ll do something different. I created a quiz out of my top picks and I picked posts that had an interesting trivia in them.
My top picks:
Heartland Living on a Budget’s Cutting the Water Bill
Sweating the Big Stuff’s Tips for Combining Finances
Free From Broke’s 6 Things to Consider Before Retiring
My Dollar Plan’s Companies That Pay You to Reuse Items You Already Own
Are you a personal finance ninja? Take the quiz!
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The Best Of The Rest
Melissa from Mom’s Plans shares a valuable tip with Works for Me: Ice Cubes as a Freezer Monitor
The standard wisdom is that not only are the gas companies setting their prices criminally high, but that it’s crucial that we as consumers take whatever means necessary to economize. It’s thus a moral imperative to find the cheapest gas we can, wherever that might be…
Control Your Cash presents 9/10 of a penny wise and pound foolish posted at Control Your Cash
What if you as parents treated your home like the government treats their managed country – would tax hikes on kids’ allowance and budget deficits keep the house running well?
Dr. Dean presents Household Management: Federal Bureaucrat and Airline Style! posted at The Millionairenurse Blog
Summertime is in full swing and many people are going on vacation. For those staying inside the States, paying for expenses is relatively easy, as every store accepts US currency, debit cards, and credit cards. But what about foreign travel?
Bob presents 5 Overseas Travel Credit Card Tips to save money on vacation posted at Christian Personal Finance
Common advice given to consumers is to never borrow from a 401k to pay off debt. I say that every situation is different and in certain cases, borrowing from the 401k can make good financial sense…
Damon Day presents Should I Borrow from 401K to Pay Credit Cards posted at Damon Day & Associates
Building good credit after making bad decisions is not something that can be done quickly. This post includes some steps you’ll need to take to get your credit report healthy again…
Philip presents What It Takes to Clean Up Your Credit posted at Deliver Away Debt
We’re going to clear the air about some investment basics: how to define stocks and bonds, what are their benefits, and what are their drawbacks…
Outlaw presents The Difference Between Stocks and Bonds posted at Outlaw Finance
If you have a dream you don’t think is otherwise possible, have you considered relocating? Is the personal sacrifice worth the financial gain?
Alan presents Relocating for More Opportunities and Financial Gain posted at Canadian Finance Blog
Training wheels help you learn to ride a bike and for those that are new to the frugal world may need a little training too. Here’s what we did…
Crystal presents Giving My Husband A Financial Handicap posted at Budgeting in the Fun Stuff
Next week’s carnival will be hosted at the Canadian Personal Finance blog. Don’t forget to send in your submission!