I’ve changed this blog carnival schedule to weekly instead of bi-weekly since last week. After carefully running through all the submission, I found many spam submissions. Some are “nobody”s blogs because when I read the “about” page, it says this is an example of a wordpress blog. I would like to remind other blog carnival hosts to carefully examine your carnival submissions. Everybody hate spams.Anyway, welcome to the November 3, 2007 edition of Personal Finance Money Tips.
Dereck Coatney presents The Day Money Stopped Being Spendable posted at The Best Stock Trading in the World. Thatâ€™s the day you know youâ€™ve finally made it to investorhood. Not that money ever really becomes unspendable, literally. However, money, as often viewed, is an output of some function. It is the end result, the hoped for turnout of some function or action.
ISPF presents Should You Get a Store Credit Card? posted at Grad Money Matters. Sometimes it seems that, wherever you go, someoneâ€™s trying to issue you a credit card. This is especially true of discount and department stores, which tempt potential cardholders with promises of hefty up-front savings.
Jason Elder presents Ways To Quickly Recover From Bankruptcy posted at A Bankruptcy Lawyer’s Blog, saying, “If you are looking to recover from bankruptcy, there are a number of things you can do to speed up the process.”
Roshawn Watson presents Creating Phenomenal Wealth Over Time posted at Watson Inc, saying, “The long-term view of wealth is not congruent with many of our current societiesâ€™ values. We live in a fast-food culture where everything must be instantaneous. This would explain the preponderance of get-rich quick programs, and most are terrible. Meaningful change often necessitates a significant time-investment”
Roshawn Watson presents Forget Looking Rich…BE Rich! posted at Watson Inc, saying, “What is the good life to you? Like many, I used to imagine Barbie and Ken with the big home, matching BMWs, vacation home(s), and luxurious yacht. I assumed that Barbie and Ken were the very portrait of success. However, a closer look revealed that my vision was distorted. Barbie and Ken were BROKE! Forget looking rich, let’s be rich instead.”
John Crenshaw presents Is Real Estate Really A Good Investment? posted at Truthful Lending dot Com, saying, “Is Real Estate the ultimate investment as many people think of it? Let’s take a look at how it stacks up to other investments.”
Shadox presents Think You’re Diversified? Think Again. posted at Money and Such, saying, “More mutual funds can mean less diversification. Here’s how to find out if you are effected and how to fix the problem.”
Robert D Flach presents ITâ€™S THAT TIME OF YEAR AGAIN! â€“ PART IV posted at THE WANDERING TAX PRO. This installment of my year-end tax planning series discusses employer-sponsored Flexible Benefit Plans, aka Flexible Spending Accounts
ChristianPF presents The Best of Everything in 2007 posted at Money in the Bible | Christian Personal Finance Blog, saying, “Kiplingerâ€™s just came out with their best list of 2007. In it they cover a wide range of services and products they have ranked. Here are a few that stood out to me.”
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