Here are my top 5:
- d. ninja presents Savings accounts are just as tricky as woman’s bras. posted at Punch Debt In The Face, saying, “Can you figure them out?”
- Wren Caulfield presents Safety First: Bike Safety for Commuters posted at True Adventures in Money Hacking, saying, “Save money and the planet: commute by bike!”
- kathryn presents Finding Affordable Health Insurance posted at Out of Debt Christian, saying, “Health insurance has been making the news a lot since Obama became President. There is concern for those families (particularly children) that are currently living without health insurance because of the rising costs. The good news is that you can still find affordable health insurance if you take a little time to look around.”
- jim presents Smart Money 2009 Best Online Brokers posted at Blueprint for Financial Prosperity.
- J. Money presents Budgets Come in all Different Shapes and Sizes. posted at Budgets are Sexy., saying, “Just like people, budgets can look totally different from one another. It’s all about finding the one for YOU :)”
Jack Schmidt presents Got Big Feet? You’ll Just Have to Pay the Man! posted at SectorMatic Money Journal, saying, “SectorMatic – Personal Finance: Everything for the Big Spender on a Budget! Now you can live like a fat cat, even if you’re on a money diet. Laugh all the way to the bank with Jack Schmidt and SectorMatic. It’s for you!”
The Dough Roller presents Say Goodbye to Cable and Hello to Free Digital TV! posted at The Dough Roller, saying, “With the transition to free over the air digital TV, it’s now easy to get high definition TV and many cable shows without paying for cable. This article is a step by step guide to show you how.”
MoneyNing presents Turbocharge Your Savings with Certificate of Deposits (CDs) posted at Money Ning, saying, “Certificate of Deposits are boring but it’s a guaranteed way of capital preservation!”
Silicon Valley Blogger presents Balance Transfer Credit Card Tips, Facts and Traps posted at The Digerati Life, saying, “I’m one of those people who appreciates credit cards (especially cash back credit cards) as great tools that can benefit our finances when used wisely…”
The Smarter Wallet presents How To Be A Millionaire: Secrets To Success posted at The Smarter Wallet, saying, “How many self-help books are there on how to become a millionaire overnight? You can bet that a lot of self-help authors are trying their best to strike it big by selling a million books to one million gullible readers.”
Savings Toolbox presents Saving Strategies to Put More Money In Your Pocket posted at Savings Toolbox.
apply4-credit presents Your Monthly Credit Card Statements are Not Junk Mail posted at Apply4-Credit.
Leave Debt Behind presents A Changing of the Debt Lawsuits: Can You Be Sued for Credit Card Debt? posted at Leave Debt Behind.
Mr Credit Card presents Is There A Visa or MasterCard Alternative To Discover Escape Card For Travel To Europe? posted at Ask Mr Credit Card.
Britannica Blog presents Dayton, Ohio: Final Fortune 500 Company Abandons City posted at Britannica Blog, saying, “At the turn of the last century, Dayton, Ohio, was something akin to the Silicon Valley of its day. It was the home to the Wright brothers, of course, as well as Charles Kettering, the automotive genius who would develop so many innovations that allowed General Motors to become the dominant player in a new industry. And the backbone of all this was the National Cash Register Co. (NCR), founded by John Henry Patterson.”
Mike presents Beware of the Double Dip posted at Great Depression Version 2: Bear Market and Economic Depression, saying, “The stock market may be up, but that does not mean the end of the recession is necessarily near.”
Michael Cohen presents Don’t Bet On A Soft Landing Into The New Normal posted at Debt, Economics, Boom and Bust, saying, “There are those predicting a new normal of 1-2% economic growth. We will likely not ease our way into that sort of situation.”
KCLau presents What is the best investment? posted at KCLau’s Money Tips, saying, “The best investment comes in many forms. I was frequently asked this same question over and over again. Let’s see how some successful people answer the same question”
Handy Saputra presents 4 Good Reasons to Get a Refinance Home Loan posted at Home Loan | Mortgage Resources, saying, “Why should I refinance my home? There are several reasons home owners decides to refinance that you should know and to lower the Interest Rate”
Andrew Peel presents APeel Solutions’s Blog posted at APeel Solutions Blog, saying, “This post covers the fifth of Robert Kiyosaki’s new Rules of Money – The Need For Speed. To be truly wealthy you have to work at the same speed that banks make money that means going digital.”
forex trading system presents FOREX TRAINING COURSE â€“ How to earn extra money from home posted at Money Saving Tips, Consumer Finance, Expert, Advice and Help | Talk Money Blog, saying, “There has been a real buzz generated by my Monday blog about the Forex Training Course which I am attending. It seems that we all want to know how to make an extra income as well as money saving advice and tips. Many people are finding themselves unemployed or they have been made redundant and have some savings and want to take control of their own lives through a new business venture.”
leadgener presents Jim Cramer on Real Estate | Real Estate Lead Generation Reviews posted at Real Estate Lead Generation Reviews, saying, “Jim Cramer tells his thought on Real Estate and how to make money from that in current times.”
Tyler Tervooren presents Are You More Frugal or Green?: Balancing Multiple Goals posted at Frugally Green, saying, “It can be hard trying to balance all your goals. If you don’t look for opportunities to reach them together, you may find yourself excelling toward one while hindering another.”
Four Pillars presents Dave Ramsey Debt Snowball Method Of Debt Repayment posted at Quest For Four Pillars, saying, “An indepth look at the Dave Ramsey snowball debt method.”
Tom Escent presents Introduction to Nerds on Wall Street posted at Quantitative Finance, saying, “Think of this book as sort of a Hitchhiker’s Guide to Wired Markets. There are no robots parking cars for six million years, but there are robots trading millions of shares in six milliseconds, so maybe that’s close enough.”
Susan Saverton presents 9- Efficiency of Personal Investing Strategies posted at Pasadena Financial Planner, saying, “When pursuing optimal financial planning and investing strategies and controlling your costs and capital gains taxes, you also need to establish a time-efficient system to monitor, adjust, and adhere to your financial plan. You need to control and limit the time that you spend on your financial planning, and you need to focus your planning efforts on the most effective activities.”
Noload Bonds presents Bond Mutual Fund Fees posted at Bond Market Index Funds, saying, “Simply put, if you pay higher bond mutual fund fees, then these bond management expenses tend just to be a deadweight loss to you. The best bond fund buying strategy is to pick only very low-cost no load bond funds.”
BankMan presents Top high yield savings account rates posted at High Yield Savings Accounts, saying, “The top high yield savings accounts offer customers a good way to earn interest on their savings while their money is in the bank.”
Darwin presents How to Hedge Gas Prices and Put Money Back in your Pocket posted at Darwin’s Finance, saying, “With gas prices rising at the pump this summer, this article lists 8 different ways to hedge your energy prices, including natural gas.”
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