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Weekend Reading – Halloween Edition

Pick a PumpkinHappy Halloween!  When I was younger, I loved it when Halloween fell on a Friday.  The reason being is that I could stay out a little bit longer to collect more cavity inducing candy.  This will be the first Halloween in our new house, and we expect it to be a busy one as there are kids everywhere in this neighborhood.

Anyways, enough rambling, here is some great articles from around the blogosphere:

The Digerati Life gives us Fun, Cheap Halloween Costumes To DIY.

Canadian Capitalist wonders, is thrift making a comeback?

Generation X Finance advises us to Set Aside $1,000 in an Emergency Fund. Now.

Lazy Man and Money lists Five Questions I Ask Myself Before Making a Purchase.

The Sun’s Financial Diary asks What Is Going on with Gold?

Frugal Dad comes up with Seven Unique Side Hustles To Keep Your Family Finances Afloat.

Money Smart Life tell us 5 tips for reducing your moving expenses.

Brip Blap explains the riddle of steel.

My Dollar Plan has a great article on 16 Ways to Save Buying in Bulk.

Money Grubbing Lawyer questions employee stock purchase programs.

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