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This Week’s Money Carnivals

By: Steve Johnson

10/19/2008 - 10 Comments

This week I participated in four blog carnivals.

Carnival of Blogging #23 hosted by ThatsBlog.com and Carnival of Personal Finance #173 hosted by Girls Just Wanna Have Funds and Money Hacks Carnival #34 hosted by Where Are You Now and Carnival of Financial Planning hosted by The Skilled Investor.

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 Blogging

The Carnival of Blogging continues to get better every week. They did an excellent job. Thanks to everyone that participated and made this possible.
Our article, “How Much Is A Blog Article Worth?” was listed.

Here are a few other articles that I found interesting.

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, "Why We Should Put Our Hope Back In Capitalism, Not Socialism or Government Intervention" was listed.

Here are a few other articles that I found interesting.

Money Hacks Carnival

The Money Hacks Carnival has growing into an excellent carnival. Thanks to everyone that participated and made this possible.

Our article, " Whatever Your Investment Goals Were, Your Screwed " was listed.

Here are a few other articles that I found interesting.

Carnival of Financial Planning

The Carnival of Financial Planning has growing into an excellent carnival. Thanks to everyone that participated and made this possible.

Our article, "The Financial Storm Continues to Pummel Wall Street " was listed.

Here are a few other articles that I found interesting.

  • Ben Dinsmore presents How to Build Up Your “Emergency Fund” in a Dismal Economyposted at Trees Full of Money, saying, “Building a comfortable emergency fund in these troubling economic times can be a little easier if you follow these tips.”
  • AndrewB presents A Home Based Business? Who, Why, When and Where To Start? posted at Personal Plug, saying, “Everyone loves a Home Based Business Opportunity. I love mine and you cannot be an exception I guess! So let us start from the beginning and explore as to Who, Why, When and Where you could start this Business Opportunity using the Internet.”

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The New Master Your Money

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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.

It’s Called Work for a Reason

This is a well written, easy to read book that contains a wealth of great information. Larry's style is in your face, confrontational. And no doubt some of what he says will rub you the wrong way, most of it is right on target. He starts with the basics. If you are looking to place fault, find a mirror. He has a lot of fun attacking many of the stupid things businesses do. He constantly tells us to stop and think about what we are doing and make sure the why we are doing it makes sense. Good advice for so many businesses we are all forced to deal with on a daily basis.