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Giveaway Reminder and Weekend Reading

Giveaway Reminder

If you haven’t been following lately, MDJ is celebrating its 3rd year anniversary by giving away a bunch of great prizes. Included in the giveaway:

  • PlayStation 3 Slim (120GB) and $100 Gift Card (Enter here)
  • 22″ LCD Monitor and a MoonJar Family Package (Enter here)

Weekend Links

Employee Stock Loan @ Canadian Money Forum

The Importance of Having a Sell Strategy @ Sun’s Financial Diary

Best of the Blogs 2009 @ Triaging My Way to Financial Success

Job Interview Questions and Answers: Tips To Get Hired @ Digerati Life

Risk of selecting a poor mutual fund @ Canadian Capitalist

Carnival of Personal Finance @ A Gai Shan Life

Threats as a Negotiation Strategy @ Four Pillars

MonaVie and FTC Guidelines @ Lazy Man and Money

The Pension Series – The Basics @ Canadian Dream

expanding your means @ Brip Blap

Tips on organizing your estate @ Thicken My Wallet

How to Set Awesome New Years Resolutions @ Money Smart Life

The Elves Index @ Where Does All My Money Go

How To Save Money on Gift Wrap @ My Dollar Plan

Neutral Strategy Trading @ Financial Blogger

Cooking Tips to Help You Keep Your Energy Bills Down This Holiday Season @ Generation X Finance

Preferred Share Yield Fantasy @ Michael James on Money

A Kids and Money Lesson Even Adults Could Benefit From @ Frugal Dad







11 Comments, Comment or Ping

  1. Thanks for the mention – have a great weekend counting entries.

  2. 2. saveING.ca This is why I signed up with ING Direct

    enjoyed “Threats as a Negotiation Strategy” !

    thanks and have a great weekend

  3. 3. aerosmith

    just curious on what your strategy is for buying a PS3 slim for your family at the best available price. Which websites rss feeds are you following? I usually use seamonkey web browser’s bookmark properties to watch the page and notify me when the page changes. If you do not know seamonkey is nothing but firefox integrated with a bunch of other tools.

  4. aerosmith, for me, I just keep an eye out at the major retailers. I think the PS3 price is fixed (via Sony) and most retailers are required to follow. RCSS though is having a tax free day today and tomororrow, so it may be a way to save the tax.

  5. Thanks for the link FT! Have a great weekend!

  6. 6. Nurseb911

    Thanks for the link and participating FT. Enjoy the weekend (snow here in SW Ontario).

  7. Thanks for the mention. Congratulations on making it to age 3!

  8. 8. Stuart

    Some good post links. Always nice to see who’s reading who.

  9. 9. cash back credit cards

    Thanks for the heads up on some weekend giveaways..and how could you hook me up with some link love on your weekend reading?

    Thanks again

  10. As always, the weekly links good like some great articles. It’s great how you freely link to other helpful articles. Many people would want some kind of incentive in exchange for this.

  11. 11. cannon_fodder

    Aerosmith – Staples often has coupons (e.g. $20 of $150 which often can be stacked so you could get $40 off $300) or even $30 off $300. Some can only be used online or by phone, while others can also be used in the store itself.

    I have only 1 $20 off $150 right now. Contact MDJ if you want it.

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