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Book Winner and Weekend Links

A couple weeks back I wrote a favorable review of Rob Carricks latest book with a book giveaway.  Out of the entries from Facebook and commenters, the randomly chosen winner is ….Bernie Klunder!

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Weekend Links

Making Tax Installment Payments @ One Year Ago in the Archives

Multiple Tier Savings plans @ Canadian Money Forum

How to Save $$ on Long Distance and Local Minutes Using Skype @ Wallet Pop

Is The Recession Really Over? Economic Boom and Bust @ Digerati Life

Defending the All-Stock Portfolio @ Michael James on Money

Carnival of Personal Finance @ Budgeting in the Fun Stuff

Energy Savings Often Exaggerated @ Canadian Capitalist

Seven Things You Must Do to Prepare for An Emergency @ Lazy Man and Money

The High Cost of Being Frugal @ Money Smarts Blog

U.S. Poverty Rate Reaches 15-Year High @ Sun’s Financial Diary

Safe Retirement Income @ Canadian Dream

Waterproofing Your Basement Against Costly Damage @ Money Smart Life

Are you overlooking these tax savings? @ Thicken My Wallet

Moving to 100% in Stocks @ My Dollar Plan

Which Jobs Would You Choose If You Were Millionaire? @ Financial Blogger

how to deal with a financial crisis @ Brip Blap

Is HXT Really THAT Complex and Risky? @ Where Does All My Money Go

Couples and Money: Should Each Partner Have a Little “My” Money? @ Frugal Dad

10 Ways To Save Money On A Birthday Party @ Canadian Finance Blog

The Lost Decade of Investing: Was All Really Lost? @ Generation X Finance

Are You Ready for Biflation? @ Balance Junkie







10 Comments, Comment or Ping

  1. Thanks for the mention. Have a great weekend.

  2. Thanks for including my biflation post among these fine articles. Have a great weekend! :)

  3. 3. Dilbert789

    woot! This is like the 3rd time a thread I’ve started on the money forum has appeared in your list. :) Always look forward to these to see what other blogs that I’m not currently reading but should be!

  4. Thanks for the mention FT! Have a great weekend!

  5. Keep up the good work Dilbert!

  6. Cheers! Thanks for the mention.

  7. I really enjoyed “The High Cost Of Being Frugal”; thanks for the links!

  8. Belated thanks for the link.

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