I like hosting in Carnivals because it forces me to read a ton of usually great posts from authors and bloggers that I don’t usually check out. Carnival of Money Stories has a great objective,
A weekly blog carnival where individuals share their stories/experiences with money
So all those great authors and bloggers who submitted posts that have nothing to do with the Carnival’s goals I am sorry for not highlighting your post. To all those that attempted to gain some link juice by submitting terrible articles that have nothing to do with the subject, then I am not sorry.
There were approximately 50 submissions and I edited them down to ones below so you know they are great!
Stories about Money
Austin Morgan presents The Extensive Guide to Starting a Textbook Side Hustle in College posted at Foreigner’s Finances. Wow, a great article on Austin’s experience with starting a side business. A MUST READ.
BWL presents Finding affordable health insurance when you’re self-employed posted at Christian Personal Finance. Bob discusses his search for affordable health care insurance.
Silicon Valley Blogger presents Seeking A Mortgage Loan Modification To Save My Home posted at The Digerati Life. A guest contributor at SVB provides us with a deep insight to her experiences trying to utilize the loan modification program.
DR presents » How to Instantly Compare Auto Insurance Quotes Online posted at The Dough Roller. DR has had same insurance company longer than I have been Alive, and now he is looking for a new company online.
freefamilyfinance.com presents Testimonial Tuesday: A Word Of Warning For Post-Graduate Education posted at freefamilyfinance.com. Awesome article about a reader discovering that not every attorney makes six digits when he or she gets out of law School…hits close to home for this attorney. Things will get brighter though for this author.
Tom @ Canadian Finance Blog presents Save Money Buying A Used Car, But Be Prepared For Repairs – Canadian Finance Blog posted at Canadian Finance Blog.
Abigail presents i pick up pennies: Should you correct others’ mistakes? posted at i pick up pennies. Abigail was given $11 more than she should have when she went to go buy something…did she keep it? You’ll have to read it to find out
Darwin presents My Scammy Online Ticket Purchase Experience – What to Watch For posted at Darwin’s Finance. Darwin had an interesting online experience when trying to purchase museum tickets for him and his child.
oilandgarlic presents Just Ask?The Friendly, Loyal Customer Way To Negotiate posted at Oilandgarlic’s Blog. Oil and Garlic discusses her recent successes when it comes to negotiating.
Should be read anyway
These bloggers didn’t really provide a money story, but their material was so compelling that you should really check them out!
Joe Plemon presents Should You Hire a Real Estate Broker to Sell Your House? posted at Personal Finance By The Book.
Sun presents Ally Bank Launches Interest Checking Account posted at Earn More Invest Wisely at The Sun’s Financial Diary.
Mr Credit Card presents Haiti Aid – Comment, Blog and Mr Credit Card Will Match posted at Ask Mr Credit Card.
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