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This Week's Money Carnivals

By: Steve Johnson

7/26/2008 - 14 Comments

This week I participated in four money blog carnivals.

Carnival of personal finance #162 hosted by Taking Charge, Money Hack's Carnival #21 hosted by Help My Cash Grow, The 69th Carnival of Money Stories hosted by Almost Frugal, Rich Life Carnival #6 hosted by Your Finish Rich Plan

They all did an excellent job and, as usual, there are tons of great posts. If you have the time, I highly suggest you skim through this week’s carnivals.

Carnival of Personal Finance

The Carnival of Personal Finance continues to grow with each edition. Thanks to everyone that participated and made this possible.

Our article, "Free Budgeting Tool" was listed.

Here are a few other articles that I found interesting. 

  • Sound Money Matters explains the importance of keeping track of your important documents such as birth, death and wedding certificates.
  • My Wealth Builder lists his major life decisions that have helped him reach his personal finance goals.

Money Hacks Carnival

The Money Hacks Carnival is growing into a very good carnival. Thanks to everyone that participated and made this possible.

Our article, "Where is the Market Bottom?" was listed.

Here are a few other articles that I found interesting.

Carnival of Money Stories

The Carnival of Money Stories is always a great place to read about how others are responding to money. Thanks to everyone that participated and made this possible.

Our article, "Sometime it’s Better to be Poor" was listed.

Here are a few other articles that I found interesting.

Rich Life Carnival

The Rich Life Carnival is growing into a very good carnival. Thanks to everyone that participated and made this possible.

Our article, "Sometime it’s Better to be Poor" was listed.

Here are a few other articles that I found interesting.

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The Status Syndrome

With 30 years of research and a catchy name for his theory, epidemiologist Marmot gives a wake-up call to those of us in the wealthy industrialized world who think our social status has no impact on our health: whether you look at wealth, education, upbringing or job, health steadily worsens as one descends the social ladder, even within the upper and middle classes. Marmot shows that life expectancy declines gradually from the upper crust to the impoverished. The odds are that your boss will live longer than you and that Donald Trump will outlive us all.

The Budget Kit

This is a great book if you want to get your financial life in order! It offers practical information, easy-to-follow instructions, and more than 25 worksheets that you use to organize, plan, track, schedule, and manage your financial life. Every area is covered. The book contains worksheets for tracking variable income, recording non-monthly expenses, recording debt repayment, tracking debt payoff, tracking savings, planning gifts, planning holiday expenses, recording online and mail order purchases, recording wants and needs, recording financial goals, a Monthly Budget Worksheet, and more.

Increase Your Financial IQ

For years, Robert Kiyosaki has firmly believed that the best investment one can ever make is in taking the time to truly understand how one's finances work. Too many people are much more interested in the quick-hitting scheme, or trying to find a short-cut to real wealth. As Kiyosaki has preached over and over again, one has to truly under the process of how money works before one can start out on trying to escape the daily financial Rat Race.

Crash Proof

Peter Schiff has predicted the economic hardship more accurately then any other economist in the world in this book. Everything from the housing crash to the credit crunch to the stock market. Peter has a plan to help you servive the crash. Peter explains why the Wall Street investment firms are still trying to sell you stocks, and was the house prices are likely to continue to decline for years to come.