Welcome to this poorly formatted edition of my carnival. I apologize for the formatting, but I have spent an insane amount of time trying to get it right, but for some reason couldn’t get it to work. So please bear with me because at least the formatting doesn’t impact the quality of the posts themselves.
BackTaxesHelp.com presents When you Should File a Late Tax Return of Request a Tax Extension posted at Back Taxes Help.
Billeater.com presents Use Twitter to Save Money posted at Billeater.
The Dough Roller presents Does Canceling An Old Credit Card Hurt Your Credit Score? posted at The Dough Roller.
Melissa presents Eating Organic on a Budget | Organic Eating Daily posted at Organic Eating, saying, “How to eat organic foods without breaking the bank”
KPC presents Overview of the Mortgage Refinancing Process – TopTenREVIEWS posted at Mortgage and Refinance Review 2010.
Bruce presents FHA Mortgage: Tightening Lending Standards posted at Government Mortgage Help, saying, “Mortgage Help from the Government to assist you in keeping your home from mortgage foreclosure during this recession”
Marcus Arkan presents How to Recover from Bankruptcy in Canada â€“ Chapter 11 posted at Syndicate Mortgages Blog, saying, “Syndicate Mortgages Inc. is a leading Canadian mortgage brokerage specializing in residential, commercial and construction financing. With access to a vast array of lending institutions across Canada such as major banks, credit unions, trust companies, and private funds, Syndicate Mortgages post articles and news on a daily basis. The information is to help you save more money and help you find the best product!”
Silicon Valley Blogger presents Personal Loan Interest Rates from Lending Club posted at The Digerati Life
LivingInVol presents Fixed versus Variable Loans posted at Living in volatility.
KCLau presents Bad Debt and Good Debt posted at KCLau’s Money Tips, saying, “How do you distinguish between good debt and bad debt?”
James Adair presents What is the impact of Health Care reform on Mortgage Rates? posted at Oregon Mortgage Blog, saying, “What is the impact of the health care reform on Mortgage Rates? As a Portland Mortgage Broker, I am interested in thinking about what this means for our financial markets and in particular what will this mean for our Oregon mortgage rates.”
Jason @ Redeeming Riches presents 5 Tips to Pay Off Credit Card Debt posted at Redeeming Riches, saying, “Take a look at these 5 tips to help eliminate your credit card debt!”
nissim ziv presents Business Analyst: Interview Questions for Business Analyst Position posted at Job Interview Guide, saying, “The Business Analyst job description may vary from one company to another. And the job requirements of a person filling the Business Analyst position depend on the business nature of a given company.”
Mike Piper presents Sunk Costs and Underwater Mortgages posted at The Oblivious Investor, saying, “If you’re considering selling your house, how should the price you paid for it factor into the decision? (It shouldn’t.)”
Lynnae presents Roth IRAs for Beginners posted at beingfrugal.net.
The Smarter Wallet presents ETrade Review: Best Stock Broker For Online Investors posted at The Smarter Wallet.
Chirag presents Where to Invest ? Different kind of Investment options available posted at SQUAMBLE, saying, “Various kinds of Investment option available to individual investors.”
LearnSaveInvest presents 6 Warren Buffett Quotes That Will Make You Rich posted at Learn Save Invest, saying, “An expansion on famous Warren Buffett quotes and how readers should incorporate them into their investment plans.”
Hussein Sumar presents How to Calculate Return on Invesment (ROI) posted at Accounting, saying, “Return on Invesment as the name suggests is a financial valuation method that determines the percent of return investors are getting from their portfolio of investments. Return on Investment is probably one of the most important ratios that companies need to keep track of in order to determine the viability & continuity of their business.”
Elaine Murphy presents 100 Personal Finance Posts Every College Student Needs to Read posted at Career Overview.
Control your Cash presents Watch that basket posted at Control Your Cash, saying, “A great way to drive yourself crazy is to constantly track your investments. A great way to lose control of your financial future is to never track them.”
Kevin Poulis presents AToZInvestments.com â€“ Your Complete Easy To Understand Guide To Basic Investing And Stocks posted at SiteTally.com. Personal Finance
FMF presents Making the Most of Your Most Valuable Financial Asset posted at Free Money Finance, saying, “How to make the most money possible from your job.”
Money Infant presents Roth IRAâ€™s for Infants | Money Infant posted at Money Infant.
Super Saver presents Our Daughter Negotiates a Raise posted at My Wealth Builder.
BWL presents Premarital Financial Counseling: Questions To Ask posted at Christian Personal Finance, saying, “Since money and money fights are one of the top reasons for divorce, financial premarital counseling is crucial for a solid marriage…”
Fred Lee presents Top 4 Ways to Save Money With Kids at Tax Time posted at Parenting Squad.
Abigail Perry presents Money and self-worth posted at I Pick Up Pennies, saying, “Even if you’re earning what others consider to be “good money,” it’s really all relative. And, no matter what, your self-worth is inextricably tied to your income.”
PT Money presents Sallie Mae Bank Savings Account: Includes a Upromise 10% Bonus posted at Prime Time Money.
Tom @ Canadian Finance Blog presents Property Tax Deferral For Young Families A Good Idea? posted at The Canadian Finance Blog, saying, “A look at whether the option to deffer property tax is a good idea.”
Four Pillars presents Reward Credit Cards posted at Quest For Four Pillars, saying, “Pros and Cons of reward credit cards”
Nash Dadameah presents Top 5 Ways To Save On Life Insurance posted at nil2million.com, saying, “Let’s save money by having our life insurance premium cheap”
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5 thoughts on “Economy and your finances carnival March 28th 2010”
Thanks for the wonderful links!
Thanks for the mention 🙂
I second that. A great carnival OneMint. Lots of good information here.
Thanks for including me!!