Hello and welcome readers. Next week I will be hosting the most prestigious personal finance blog carnival, the Best of Money blog carnival. I am overwhelmed by the task of picking ten best from total submission of 50+ blog articles by best bloggers out there.
For last 2 hours I was just reading one article after another and grading them on a piece of paper. Let’s take a break and give credit to few articles I liked this week from fellow Yakezies.
Personal Finance Whiz presents Living on a single income (I am doing just that).
Young Adult Finances presents Rappers with college degree (I can’t believe).
World of Finance Presents Working towards a Goal (Dude, I also have that same goal).
My Broken Coin rants about her shopping addiction (oh no, not another one, please).
Money Green Life wrote about mortgage options, through Govt. backed lender or private lender (hmm, I am thinking).
The College Investor explains Insurance Dividend (never received one, need to search).
Financially Consumed talks about solar equipment leasing (should I go for one?).
Newly Weds on a Budget wrote down 12 goals for 2012 (I am inspired).
Smart Family Finance talks about sellers concession for home sells (I am excited as would be buyer).
The Millionaire Nurse talks about top 10 shop lifted items (What should I lift now?)
OCAAT was included in the following carnivals over the last two weeks.
Carnival Of Financial Planning at The Skilled Investor
Carnival of Financial Camaraderie at My University Money.
Yakezie Carnival at The Broke Professionals.
Totally Money Blog Carnival at Help Me to Save
Festival of Frugality at Living Richly on a Budget.
Tax Carnival at Don’t Mess With Taxes.
Carnival of Personal Finance at Afford Anything.
Totally Money Blog Carnival at Faith and Finances.
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