The Best of Money Carnival #134, The Christmas Songs Edition

Welcome readers to the 133rd edition of Best of Money Carnival, a collection of top 10 personal finance articles of the week.

Regular readers, if you are not yet familiar with the carnival concept, a carnival is a tool for showcasing the work of fellow personal finance bloggers. Please keep in mind these posts are the best posts published last week. If you like a post, do become a loyal fan of that blogger. Believe me, each of them is a master writer.

If you are a PF blogger and your submission has not been selected, let me assure you I liked all the submissions but, I had to pick the top 10 to my taste. If you are one of the 10 celebrities today, I expect you to bless the carnival with all sorts of social and link love.

Presenting you the top 10 posts with my wife’s choice of top 10 Christmas songs as I am musically challenged and can’t take risk with my own choice of songs. Enjoy the posts and the beautiful songs.

At #10

101 Centavos for his short and highly effective narration of walk away negotiation skill.

Mary’s boy child” by Harry Belafonte

At #9

Brickworks for her wonderful post on Christmas Saving Ideas when you’re on a tight budget.

White Christmas” by Bing Crosby

At #8

Free From Broke where staff writer Briana explains why the onus is now more on the unemployed to find a job sooner.

Chestnut Toasting on an Open fire/The Christmas song” by Nat king Cole

At #7

The best way to show love to your children is to give them sound financial advice and a financial base. Bible Money Matters talks about just that.

Auld Lang Syne” by Robert Burns

At #6

Control You Cash compares the usefulness of Earning more over saving more.

Santa Claus is coming back to town” by Reba McEntire

At #5

Money Q and A presents the best Christmas gift ideas for children. This is selected for the practicality of the ideas and not merely for the writing.

Rudolph the red nosed reindeer” by Bing Crosby

At #4

Your Finances Simplified for his inspiring narration of a workaholic at iHop. Be inspired and work harder in whatever you do.

Joy to the World” by The Supremes

At #3

Invest It Wisely for his comprehensive take on Financial Independence, 3 stages of it.

Jingle bells, Jingle bells” by various artists (tough to pick one singer)

At #2

Money Cone for his guidance in choosing ETFs and MFs by their Lipper metrics. This is very useful piece of information for any investor.

Silent night” by Bing Crosby

Editor’s pick and best submission

We do face financial stress at some point in our lives, no matter how rich we are. Watson inc. presents three steps to fight a financial stress, I picked this as the best for usefulness, mass applicability and the writing style.

Mary did you know?” by Reba McEntire

Do let me know your favorite song from the list. Happy reading and merry Christmas! The carnival would come back on January 9, 2012 at Sustainable Personal Finance.

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