Month: December 2010

Book Review: Munny Journey – Keepsake Journal for Baby’s First Money

I don’t yet have a child, but I’ve been a child, so I think I’m qualified to review “Munny Journey: Keepsake Journal for Baby’s First Money” by financial advisor Brad Dugdale. Given last week’s announcement that it now costs $300,000 to raise a child from birth to 18, this book would make a great gift …

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The Carnival is Back

Gee, it seems like just last week the carnival was in town and now it’s back already. This week, the Festival of Frugality #114 included my post about saving money on taxes. I also recommend an article on being extravagantly frugal from the Not Jet Set blog. Broke Grad Student brings us the Carnival of Personal Finance #141, which includes my …

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Is Money a Relationship Deal Breaker for You?

Today features a guest post from Living Almost Large. She has an interesting perspective on relationships and money – something we should all consider before we walk down the aisle. Hi I’m LAL from LivingAlmostLarge and LAL Musings. I am a twenty-something DINK writing who writes about personal finance and everything else. I am searching for true …

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Election Day and the Wonders of the World at the Carnivals

The election is over and now we can return to normal life. Three personal finance blog carnivals have already done just that. Here are my top picks from this week’s carnivals. The Festival of Frugality #150 was hosted by Bargain Briana. In addition to my post regaling you with ten financial frights, I recommend Credit Withdrawal’s post about …

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