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This Week’s Money Carnivals

By: Steve Johnson

8/23/2008 - 15 Comments

This week I participated in three money blog carnivals.

Carnival of Money Stories #73 hosted by Living Almost Large, Festival of Frugality #139 hosted by Our Fourpence Worth, Money Hack's Carnival #26 hosted by Our Fourpence Worth

They 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 Money Stories

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

Our article, "Do What You Love or Love What You Do?" was listed.

Here are a few other articles that I found interesting.

Festival of Frugality

The Festival of Frugality has become one of the best personal finance carnivals. Thanks to everyone that participated and made this possible.

Our article, "How to Minimize Your Automobile Total Cost of Ownership" was listed.

Here are a few other articles that I found interesting.

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, "Avoiding the Most Common Financial Mistakes" was listed.

Here are a few other articles that I found interesting.

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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.

Raising Money Smart Kids

With each generation the children seem to have more money available to them than their parents. With this should come responsibility and learning how to spend or save wisely. The problem is that most just learn to spend as soon as they get it, get it by begging parents or an allowance with no responsibilities involved or similar. Enter Janet Bodnar, deputy-editor of Kiplinger's Personal Finance, mother of three, and writer of the Money Smart Kids column in Kiplinger Magazine. This book is provides a framework within which parents can use good common sense to handle any situation.

The New Master Your Money

This book provides a step-by-step plan to financial freedom presented in an easy-to-understand format. Do you know if you have enough? Do you know how much is enough? If you can't answer these questions, The New Master Your Money is for you. Ron Blue extracts principles from God's Word and applies them to your financial portfolio. Ron's professional experience in financial planning will be an asset to you and to your family for generations to come.

The Speculation Economy

American businesses today are obsessed with the price of their stock, and no wonder. The consequences of even a modest decrease can be so dire that some executives would rather damage their corporation's long-term health than allow quarterly returns to fall below projections. But how did this situation come about? When did the stock market become the driver of the American economy? Lawrence E. Mitchell identifies the moment in American history when finance triumphed over industry.