Saturday, February 24, 2007

Carnival of Money and Finance






Welcome to the February 24, 2007 edition of carnival of money & finance. It was really a great learning experience for me to read the posts froma round the globe.

Some of the posts which I really enjoyed is as under:

Paul presents Spending Money posted at ExtremePerspective.

Deepak Shenoy presents Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) posted at The Indian Investor's Blog.
Praveen presents My Simple Trading System: My Stock Trading System posted at My Simple Trading System.

Dennis presents 20 Questions to Change Your Life posted at A Pile of Coins.

Read on!

Craig S. Higdon presents How To Purchase Underperforming Properties With Construction Loans posted at Investment Property Insider.

Jimmy Atkinson presents Top 100 Personal Finance Blogs posted at Ask the Advisor.

Millennium Mommy presents Priscilla Ortiz - Journal to Prosperity, Path to Freedom Inc.: Moneyville? posted at Priscilla Ortiz - Journal to Prosperity, Path to Freedom Inc..

Bill presents Thinking Outside The Box posted at Ask Uncle Bill.

Sam presents A Living Trust Preserves Wealth for Your Family. posted at Surfer Sam and Friends, saying, "A Living Trust Preserves Wealth for Your Family, But Not Everyone Needs It. Planning Can Avoid Probate.
Sometimes we avoid estate planning, because we hope to live forever. But you may want to hedge your bet against the actuarial tables with some financial strategies for estate planning."

Larry Russell presents Financial science drives industry product development, but not necessarily toward the best interests of individuals posted at THE SKILLED INVESTOR Blog, saying, "Personal financial decisions seem to have become very complicated. To add to the confusion, the financial services industry develops an unending array of supposedly innovative new products. However, a large part of the complexity that individuals face results from the proliferation of repetitive financial products in a myriad of flavors with different features and different financial trade-offs. What is "best" and "right" for individuals easily gets lost in the ensuing confusion."

Maureen presents 3 Steps To Retirement Income Planning · Empty Nest posted at Empty Nest, saying, "3 easy steps to understand how much money you need to retire"

Tracy Coenen presents Bank of America now has a credit card for illegal immigrants posted at FRAUDfiles.

Jimmy Atkinson presents A Banking Revolution: The Top People-to-People Microlenders Reviewed posted at Ask the Advisor.

Budgeting


Phil B. presents The Problem with Sales Tax « Phil for Humanity posted at Phil for Humanity, saying, "Taxes and more taxes"

Amy Allen Clark presents Personal Finance Corner: Creating & Meeting Financial Goals posted at MomAdvice.

Anco presents Daily Expenses Sheet Template posted at Tipskey - Unlock Practicality, saying, "Although recording down daily expenses is a little troublesome and you may think that it is not that important, but it does help in financial planning and budgeting."

Madeleine Begun Kane presents Ode To Prosperity posted at Mad Kane's Humor Blog.

Andrea Dickson presents Former Pop Princess Figures Out Frugal? Go Bald! posted at Wisebread, saying, "I tackle the only important news story of the week - Britney's new hairdo, from a personal finance perspective."

David presents 10 Simple Ideas to Save Thousands of Dollars per Year posted at Worldwide Success.

Business Finance

Sean Hackbarth presents Private Equity Firms Getting Attention They Don?t Want posted at TAM Money and Finance.

Alan presents Do we reject money? - Keys to Unlock your Inner Potential posted at Made to Be Great.

Dennis presents 20 Questions to Change Your Life posted at A Pile of Coins, saying, "(Re-)evaluate your work-related goals and achievements"

Murad Ali presents Dell Transforms Company posted at The New Business World.

Murad Ali presents The American Economy on a Slow Drive posted at The New Business World.


Financial Planning


Paul presents Spending Money posted at ExtremePerspective.

Bryan C. Fleming presents Week 6: Interest Paid – Million-Dollar Savings Club posted at Bryan C. Fleming.

Derek Ostrowski presents Getting Out of Debt (Part 1) posted at Verve Coaching, saying, "Adopt the practices and disciplines that lead to debt reduction to create a solid foundation for building wealth."

makingourway presents January 2007 Net Worth Update + $37,438.72 posted at makingourway, saying, "Every month I track the results of my investments and spending and summarizing the change in my networth. January 2007 was the best ever -- up $37k. Future months won't be as good, but there is promise. I'd like to share the results and elicit advice from readers."

Steve Faber presents How Not to Get All Your Tax Refund posted at DebtBlog.

Wenchypoo presents War on the War on the Middle Class posted at Wisdom From Wenchypoo's Mental Wastebasket.

Steve Faber presents Can You Be Your Own Private Bank?? posted at DebtBlog.

Bryan C. Fleming presents How to Open Your Online Savings Account posted at Bryan C. Fleming.

Sagar Satapathy presents Make Money with Balance Transfer Arbitrage posted at Credit Card Lowdown.

almomento presents Open Call For Project MastermindX posted at BurstCreativity.

Investing
Paul Smith presents Tax changes cause concern for some shares posted at Investing using Fundamentals on the Aussie StockMarket, saying, "The article investigates how to find a profitable situation out of recent tax changes to investments in agricultural investments."

H.S. Ayoub presents Follow Along with Dr. Frost and Invest in Continucare posted at BioHealth Investor.

Big Cajun Man presents Einstein: The Rule of 72 posted at Canadian Financial Stuff, saying, "Einstein's greatest gift was not the a-bomb, but the rule of 72!"

Trent presents What Financial Statements Must Companies File? posted at Financial Education.

Murad Ali presents The Importance of Retirement Investment posted at The New Business World.

The Israeli Speculator presents Fools of prophecy posted at Israeli Speculator, saying, "This post is about things that I things you did not consider when you go about your investment strategies."

Silicon Valley Blogger presents 20 Typical Reasons To Sell Your Stock Or Mutual Fund posted at The Digerati Life.

Big Cajun Man presents DRIP: How's that again? posted at Canadian Financial Stuff, saying, "A quick tutorial on Dividend Reinvestment programs and their advantages"

TJP presents Top Foreign Banks: Barclays PLC (BCS) posted at Investor Trip.

Mutual Funds


Deepak Shenoy presents Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) posted at The Indian Investor's Blog, saying, "A post about Exchange Traded Funds in India."

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