I am happy to present the second edition of this carnival. In a clever move I added – “OneMint” to the name of the carnival so that when others refer to it in their website — OneMint — appears in the carnival name. However, I have often found in life that most people I meet are smarter than myself (I wonder why that happens), and in another example of that – SVB eliminated the OneMint part of the name (my guess is that she did it to standardize it a bit) when she mentioned it in TDL.
I am curious to see how the name evolves and initially I thought I would not mention this small story here, but then I thought it would be more interesting to see how the name evolves if I do mention this small story.
On to the carnival itself, there are a whole host of great stories here and I want to thank all the writers who contributed.
Abigail Perry presents How to deal with debt collectors posted at i pick up pennies
Credit Answers presents Latest Tax Changes posted at Best Debt Settlement Companies – Credit Answers
Super Saver presents Hero or Zero? posted at My Wealth Builder.
Jeonard Cook presents Learn How to Sell Your Own Home: Advertise like a Pro posted at How to Sell Your Own Home.
Wenchypoo presents The Consumerâ€™s Guide to Functioning in an Economic Cycle (L-O-N-G) posted at Wisdom From Wenchypoo’s Mental Wastebasket.
Steven Germain presents Rough Fractals: AIG – Behind The Scenes… posted at Rough Fractals, saying, “An inside view and analysis of what went wrong at AIG.”
Dana presents What the forgotten food crisis means for your investment posted at Investoralist
Pinyo presents Conservative Bank Investments in a Difficult Economy posted at Moolanomy.
Cody Butler presents Oct 17, Student Loans Consolidation posted at Investment-For-Beginners Blog.
Sarah Scrafford presents How an Average Investor Should Use Currency ETFs posted at Currency Trading.net.
Patricia Turner presents UX at the Top Financial Portals: Google vs. Yahoo vs. AOL Finance posted at Bankling.
Peak Personal Finance presents Rent to Own Advice posted at Peak Personal Finance.
Insurance Toolbox presents Where is the Housing Market Headed from Here? posted at Fine-Tuned Finances.
Tiffany Colter presents Â» Hidden Leaks posted at Hidden Leaks
One Family presents Writing Covered Calls against Employer Stock Plan Shares (ESPP, Restricted Stock, and Stock Options) â€“ A Primer posted at One Family’s Blog
MoneyNing presents Our Eternal Pursuit of More Wealth posted at Money Ning, saying, “Is money never enough? Know what’s important and you will be much happier!”
Miss M presents Recession Taboos posted at M is for Money.
TasJack presents How to Avoid Home Foreclosure posted at Stop and Avoid Foreclosure Resources
Ben presents Bank Fees and Credit Card Fees Not the Only Fees You Can Cut posted at Money Smart Life.
Silicon Valley Blogger presents High Yield Savings Account Interest Rate Review posted at The Digerati Life
That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of OneMint – Economy and Your Finances using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.
4 thoughts on “OneMint – Economy and Your Finances – March 8, 2009”
I think either way is cool for your carnival. I can use OneMint as part of its name if you like! 🙂
The Onemint part threw me, I had trouble finding your carnival at first. I finally figured it out, thanks for creating a new place to share our stories.