Carnival of Money Stories

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Welcome to the Carnival of Money Stories 2. A story can be a powerful learning tool, and stories about money are no exception. Below you’ll find links to money stories from bloggers around the Internet. And if you’re not familiar with blog carnivals, here’s the deal. A carnival is simply a collection of recent blog articles around a particular topic. You can find blog carnivals covering just about every imaginable topic. Carnivals are an easy way to find great articles about subjects that are important to you. Today, the topic is money. Enjoy!

Real Estate

Curt presents Why I Couldn’t Resist Refinancing My Mortgage Again posted at PennyJobs.com.

Raymond presents Buying A House Near Power Lines: Cancer Risk? posted at Money Blue Book.

Silicon Valley Blogger presents True Frugal Living: Homesteading In The Wilderness posted at The Digerati Life.

Medical

Miss Bankrupt presents Managing Medical Bill Messes posted at Miss Bankrupt.

Len Penzo presents How Much Would You Pay to Save Your Pet’s Life? posted at LenPenzo.com.

Credit & Debt

Pinyo presents How I Went 15 Rounds With My Credit Card Company – And Won posted at Moolanomy Personal Finance.

Big Larry presents Haunted by Cash Advances posted at Out of Debt – Christian Finances and Debt Help.

The Smarter Wallet presents How To Live Debt Free With No Credit posted at The Smarter Wallet.

Mr Credit Card presents Booking with Amex Travel Site Vs Booking with Hotels Directly posted at Ask Mr Credit Card’s Blog.

Mrs Bankrupt presents Don’t give into the debt devil! posted at Mrs Bankrupt.

Personal Finance & Money Management

Jack Schmidt presents Bending Time in the World of Finance posted at SectorMatic Money Journal.

nickel presents The Fallacy of Relative Price Evaluation posted at fivecentnickel.com.

vh presents Preparing for the worst posted at Funny about Money.

J. Money presents Blogger Showdown #2: Stephanie vs. Squawkfox posted at Budgets are Sexy.

Banker Saver presents Money Savings: Short Term vs Long Term Savings posted at Banker Saver.

David presents Blowing The “Eating Out” Budget Out Of The Water. posted at My Two Dollars.

Miss M presents The Unexpected Costs in Pet Ownership posted at M is for Money.

Careers

FMF presents Free Money Finance: My Jobs, The Dot Com Bubble Bursts posted at Free Money Finance.

Dan presents Side Jobs can be Rewarding…and Dangerous! posted at Everyday Finance.

Patrick @ Cash Money Life presents Why Taking a Pay Cut is a Great Idea posted at Cash Money Life.

Investing

BWL presents The importance of having tax efficient investments posted at Christian Personal Finance.

If you’re hungry for more, here are some finance and investing carnivals from the last week to check out:

Photo Credit: umjanedoan

Published or Updated: November 25, 2012
About Rob Berger

Rob founded the Dough Roller in 2007. A litigation attorney in the securities industry, he lives in Northern Virginia with his wife, their two teenagers, and the family mascot, a shih tzu named Sophie.

Comments

  1. Thanks for including Funny’s squib on preparing a guide for heirs or caretakers. BTW, looks like this post got splogged: http://creditguy.org/carnival-of-money-stories

  2. J. Money says:

    Haha, love that image up at top, nicely done. Thx for hosting bro.

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