Welcome to the 11th Edition of the Carnival of Pecuniary Delights! The Carnival of Pecuniary Delights is different than most blog carnivals – the posts chosen are going to stand the test of time! If you want to check out Past Carnivals check the Carnival of Pecuniary Delights webpage. The Twelfth Edition of the Carnival of Pecuniary Delights will be hosted at The Financial Nut.
In an effort to live up to this bad ass Carnival idea I will highlight why, in my humble opinion, each article is going to stand the test of time, and will be a good read in the years to come.
Editor’s Choice for Carnival of Pecuniary Delights 11th Edition
J. Money from Budgets are Sexy presents To combine, or not to combine finances? How the married do it. J’s 30 comments shows he touched a nerve with people (and the fact it is the same setup that I have makes it all the better). This article will be a good read in the years to come.
Baker from Man Vs. Debt presents 27 Last Minute Consideration Before Moving Across The World. His list, and tons of comments thereafter – will be useful for anyone looking to move across the world regardless of the year.
Peter from Bible Money Matters presents A Bad Plan Is Better Than No Plan At All. Peter lies out simple for us – “a failure to plan is a plan to fail.”
PT Money from Prime Time Money presents 52 Ways to Make Extra Money. Seriously, who couldn’t use 52 extra ways! Sick List
I am not surprised that all 4 of the editor’s choice (me) are on my blogroll – I knew I liked their writing.
Other Entries in Carnival of Pecuniary Delights
Craig from Money Help For Christians presents Ten Ways to Save Money on your Family Road Trip This Summer. Who doesn’t need help controlling some spending on vacations?
Susan from Practicing Thrift presents Preparing for Baby the Thrifty Way. When isn’t trying to keep costs down not applicable as it relates to a new born!
Jeff Rose from Good Financial Cents presents 10 Questions About College Savings Plans. Jeff is a smart guy that answers basic questions about paying for college, and since college enrollment continues to grow…people will want this information.
DR from DoughRoller presents Tax Credits Can Save Money on Energy Efficient Home Improvements. Green Living isn’t going anywhere – lets save some taxes if we are going to do it!
Jason Fisher from Improve the Quality presents Tax Allowences as Tools to Pay off Debt. Despite misspelling his title, Jason provides us with a GREAT article about why people shouldn’t be excited about a tax refund – I am completely guilty of this!
FMF from Free Money Finance presents What are Your Three Money Do-Overs?. While we all love to hear from FMF what makes this post interesting is the tons of commenters he has and their three Money Do Overs.
jim from Bargaineering presents Buying Discount Postage Stamps. Until we get rid Snail Mail might as save some cash. Kind of an extreme way to save some money but if you do a large amounts of shipping this can help you out.
Matt B from Financial Methods presents The Pros and Cons of Taking a Second Job. This question will continue to be asked for years to come! Matt B gives us a roadmap to think about.
Wojciech Kulicki from Fiscal Fizzle presents 7 Tips For Turning a Hobby Into a Side Income. Really cool tips regardless of when you find the post!
CPF from Christian Financial Help presents What is an IRA?. Unless Congress in their infinite wisdom changes the rules – people will need the answers CPF gives us.
The Smarter Wallet from The Smarter Wallet presents Trading The Market: What Market Trends Are Stock Traders Riding On Recently?. We as Humans have been fascinated by markets and prices since the 1630 with the Dutch Tulip Boom and eventual bust.
Silicon Valley Blogger from The Digerati Life presents Online Discount Brokers: SmartMoney Broker Survey. This article will help out for those choosing between brokers, and in the future where their broker started.
Madison from My Dollar Plan presents Roth Conversion. Cool Roth IRA planning strategy, will be good until 2010!
Nicki from Domestic Cents presents More Than A Boring Prelude. Time doesn’t apply to a mom spilling talking about goals and objectives (I have hear my mom enough!)
There were a few other articles submitted, but I didn’t feel they lived up to the “essence” of this Carnival so please make sure you read all these posts!
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