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2nd and 3rd Sponsors for Links For Charity!

The Thrifty Scot (mortgages) and Rat Race Players (Cash Flow 101) are the newest sponsors of the “Links for Charity” program! For those of you new to the site, our “Links for Charity” program is where MillionDollarJourney.com sells link space with all proceeds going to a Charity to be decided upon.

Below is a little information about our sponsor “The Thrifty Scot“:

The Thrifty Scot is designed to help our visitors save money. Offering much needed advice on all aspects of everyday finance The Thrifty Scot has partnered with some of the leading financial and publishing companies in the UK which include the following:

Adfero
Moneyfacts
Uswitch
Loanmakers

Having gained recognition for recent publications that include The Student Finance Guide and Claim Back Unfair Bank Charges The Thrifty Scot will continue to work hard in providing information that is free to all.

The Thrifty Scot is based in Glasgow and is owned and operated by Peter Kenny. Having been involved in the financial sector since 2000, Peter Kenny has published hundreds of articles related to money saving ideas.

Here is a little information about “Rat Race Players“:

Cashflow 101 Board Game and E Game focuses on cashflow generation and passive income. Hopefully this website will help you find others to play the Cashflow Games and learn your way out of the ratrace.

Cashflow 101 game is a financial education board game. It’s fun to play, and while having fun you’ll learn a lot about finance, accounting, and investing. You’ll see that the way you spend your money in the game often reflects the way you interact with money in real life. This can be a real eye-opener, especially when your methods aren’t working well in the real world. In the game, learn how to get out of the “rat race” (a little wheel on the cashflow game board) and reach financial freedom, where you are not working anymore for money, but instead money is working for you. Your progress is evaluated through personal balance sheets and income statements. While having fun you will easily master essentials concepts, ideas about money, and most of all you will realize how easy it can be to become wealthy.

So check out The Thrifty Scot and Rat Race Players to show your support!

The total from the charity drive is now at $45. Since the money is in a PayPal account, I will wait until a little more is in the account to reduce withdrawal fees and maximize the charitable contribution. After the threshold is met, I will poll you, the reader, as to which charity we should donate the money to.







2 Comments, Comment or Ping

  1. Hey FrugalTrader,
    Absolutely. You can submit an older post.
    The whole idea is to show case your work and get more traffic for your site.

    Let me know if you have any questions.

    Monty Loree

    PS.. don’t forget to add your graphic which announces the event located on
    Tour Guidelines page

  2. That is pretty sweet, glad to see it panning out Frugal :)

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