Month: April 2008

Struwwelpeter, Veteran’s Day, and Aviation at the Carnivals

This week we have another three personal finance carnivals in the round-up. We also have some interesting financial news: Americans have stopped shopping. Wow. Is this the start of a brave new world? While you ponder that, here are my picks from this week’s round-up, complete with two editor’s picks for yours truly! First, the Carnival …

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Picking Apples at Monticello – at the Carnivals

I’m back with another blog round-up. This week we have three carnivals to share, so let’s get to it. First, the Carnival of Personal Finance at Simply Forties. In addition to my post taking a look back at my financial year, I also recommend Divident Growth Investor’s six things he learned from the financial crisis. Next, the Festival of Frugality …

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Free Money Management Software: Yodlee Review

In my continued quest to find free personal finance software, I checked out Yodlee. It’s actually the software behind Mint and the online software packages at several banks. Like Mint, it’s completely secure. In fact, you travel through several identity confirmation screens before you enter your password. The only odd thing about it was how hard …

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Memorial Day and Family Vacation – at the Carnivals

Okay, everybody in the van. It’s time for the annual family vacation, wherein the kids fight in the backseat, everyone’s miserable, and someone gets left at the gas station. Sounds fun! Or we could just recap this week’s blog carnivals. First, the Carnival of Personal Finance #206 hosted by Greener Pastures. In addition to my post about …

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