Welcome to the Carnival of Money Stories, 88th Edition. A story can be a powerful learning tool, and stories about money are no exception. From the Wealthy Barber, to the parable of the talents, to the Merchant of Venice, powerful stories enable us to see our money habits in ways that dry, personal finance books never can.
And today we have a chance to hear money stories from other personal finance bloggers. These stories range from how some retired early, to whether to buy a new car, to whether some guy is going to get “jacked” on his way home because he cashed his paycheck. Enjoy!
Here are few of the money stories I particularly enjoyed:
Silicon Valley Blogger presents Bear With Me As I Talk Myself Out Of Getting A New Car posted at The Digerati Life.
J. Money presents Have you ever gotten your paycheck in cold hard cash? posted at Budgets are Sexy..
The Smarter Wallet presents 11 Ways To Save Money On Crafts and Creative DIY Projects posted at The Smarter Wallet.
FMF presents Be Careful of Car Dealers Trying to Add on Needless Sales posted at Free Money Finance.
Money & Life
Chief Family Officer presents What to expect from your insurance company after a car accident posted at Chief Family Officer.
Cindy Morus, The Money Mender presents It’s 2 AM and I’m worrying about money… posted at Mend Your Money.
Mr. ToughMoneyLove presents What Will Your Gifts Reveal About Your Relationship? | Tough Money Love posted at Tough Money Love: Hard Truth about Money and Personal Finance. *
Kevin presents Welcome to Excusoria, the Land of Incomplete Tasks posted at No Debt Plan.
Cooupon Artist presents Where’s the Challenge In Having Everything? posted at artofthecoupon.com.
Madison presents An Administrative Error Could Cost You Your Retirement posted at My Dollar Plan.
LAL presents Wireless Tapping – Theft or Sharing? posted at LivingAlmostLarge.
Business & Jobs
Real Estate & Investing
JCL presents Countdown to Closing posted at The Real Estate Investing Journey.
Credit & Debt
Ryan Suenaga presents Cashover: My Newest Addiction–Positives and Negatives posted at Uncommon Cents.
That concludes this edition of the Carnival of Money Stories. Be sure to check out the Carnival of Money Stories home page for past and future editions of the carnival.