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Weekend Reading Twitter Edition: July 31, 2009

I asked my twitter followers to send some of their best personal finance articles for the week, below is what they came back with:

While Kathryn wrote about different ways to reduce debt, No Credit Needed had a similar article about his debt reduction mindset.

Michael James on Money asks why company pensions are at risk.

Five Cent Nickel tells us that good deals don’t always pay.

Canadian Capitalist concludes that it’s a good bet to keep dividends within an RRSP.

Steadfast Finances lists 12 facts you should know about facebook’s business potential.

Four Pillars says that spending cash is the same as borrowing if you have debt.

Suburban Dollar writes about the Coverdell Education Savings Account (U.S).

The Financial Blogger has some discouraging news about the S*P 500

My Life Roi writes about networking: strangers aren’t very giving.

Realm of Prosperity shows us how to prepare for a lost wallet.

Where Does All My Money Go writes about the genesis of DSC mutual funds.

Saving For Serenity has the showdown between frugal vs cheap.

Thicken My Wallet explains how to be a better employee.

12 Comments, Comment or Ping

  1. Thanks for the mention. Or maybe I should be thanking all the twitterers. Enjoy your weekend.

  2. Thanks for the link. Have a good weekend.

  3. 3. Kirk S.

    Great posts as usual. I’ll have some great reading today.

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

  5. Thanks for the link.

  6. Thanks a lot for the mention!

  7. thx for the link!

    enjoy your weekend :-D

  8. 8. M Hawk

    That lost wallet link is a great idea. Thanks for posting it.

  9. I read through thefinancialblogger – discouraging news about the S&P500 and like it – it’s an interesting comparison.

  10. Spending cash if you have debt is a great way to look at things. Nice one. Thank goodness the Dow is still about 9,000! Thank you recovery, cuz I’ve sold half! :)

    Have a great weekend!



  11. Thanks so much for the mention!

    I will see you on twitter!

  12. Thanks for the link – hope you’re enjoying the weekend!


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