Friday, December 31, 2010

New Years Eve Roundup

The New Year will begin very soon, it's a fresh start for all of us. Around the house we are decompressing from Christmas still. One more weekend to go before things get back to normal. The kids will be back in school and the tax returns carnage will start. This week on the Blog scene we had some pretty good reading . I picked out a few of my favorites.

Mint.com has really done a great job this year including this item. 5 Personal Finance Lessons From “The Biggest Loser”

Squirrelers.com says to think about your decisions in Penny Wise and Dollar Foolish: When Not to Be a Cheapskate

Personal Finance By The Book really hit it on the head with the gift giving at Christmas with Rethinking Our Family Christmas Gift Exchange

Canadianfinanceblog.com had some great and interesting insights on Christmas shopping with Annual Shopping Tips

The Biz OF Life Is always keeping an eye out on our wasteful government with another great article called Top Charts of 2010

Bargaineering.com had a great post about True Wealth Isn’t About Money , I agree.

Fivecentnickel.com told about Jim Otar’s book “Unveiling the Retirement Myth.” Free Retirement Planning Book

Dinksfinance.com had a great post about my favorite subject planning your financial life. We can’t predict our future, but we can make a plan

Cleverdude.com is cutting up some credit cards.And then there were 7…credit cards

20somethingfinance.com is listing all the free things in life with 10 FREE Financial Services to Help you DOMINATE your Financial New Year’s Resolutions

frugaldad.com is celebrating being 3 years old. Happy Birthday and a great post A Letter to Frugal Dad Readers: The Last Three Years

barbarafriedbergpersonalfinance.com has some great tax advice for us with TAX HELP; Tips to Lower Your Tax Bill

Carnivals I have participated in:

Carnival of Money Stories #86: New Year’s Resolution Edition

To everyone Happy New Years.

3 comments:

  1. Great round up! Thanks for putting it together!

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  2. Dave,
    Thanks for the mention. Wishing you a Great New Year...all of 2011.

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