Welcome to the March 29, 2013 edition of Aspiring Blogger – Personal Finance Carnival – our third edition – we’re really rolling now! If you missed the first two, make sure to take a look at the first and second carnivals to catch up on the great articles! Since the last carnival I’ve added some new categories and edited existing ones in an attempt to more closely align the content with topics we are discussing in regular blog posts. Let me know if you think I need to add or modify any further – I’m always open to suggestions.
The authors have put a lot of effort into writing their articles, so please take a few minutes and click through to read each one that interests you. If you’re interested in participating in the next blog carnival, you can find out details here or submit your post here! Thanks for stopping by!
Mr.CBB presents How I Paid Off My OSAP Loan Fast posted at Canadian Budget Binder, saying, “Student loans after graduating can weigh heavy on the shoulders of anyone who has to carry this debt. Learn how Carla graduated and paid off her student loans in a flash.”
Jason P. presents Best Money Management Software for Family Budgeting posted at Family Living Finance, saying, “A look at the advantages of using money management software and the best software for family budgeting.”
Jason P. presents Quicken Deluxe 2013 Personal Finance Software Review posted at One Money Design, saying, “An in depth look at Quicken Deluxe and why I think it’s probably the most robust personal finance product available.”
Fitz Villafuerte presents How Investors Lose Money posted at Ready To Be Rich, saying, “The story of the investor’s dilemma and how many people fall into its trap. Know how you can avoid it through this post.”
John Schmoll presents Financial Advisor Compensation – Why it Matters posted at Frugal Rules, saying, “A financial adviser can be a great way to help you grow your portfolio when you have long term goals in mind. Make sure you do your homework and hire one that you feel right about and best fits your needs and goals.”
William presents Applying for a Credit Card: Is there a Best Time? posted at Card Guys Blog, saying, “Plan ahead if you want the best possible credit card deal, and you will be less likely to run into problems when you apply for your new credit card. Plus, you will likely receive approval for a higher credit limit.”
R.J. Weiss presents 17 Little Known Home and Auto Insurance Discounts in Illinois posted at The Insurance Protection Blog, saying, “How to take advantage of every discount available through home and auto insurance companies.”
Making Money Online
Alan Webster presents A Day in the Life of a Trader posted at TradingAcademy.com, saying, “Have you ever wondered what the average day is like for a trader? In this blog post we interview Steve Moses, an options trader, to sneak a peek into his average day.”
Claire Bullerwell presents The Two Main Ways You Can Earn Money Online posted at Home Business Ideas for Women – Home Working Woman, saying, “You probably already realize that there are many different ways to earn money on the Internet, but do you know that there are two distinct different formats when making money online is concerned? You can earn money by being a service provider for other online business owners, or you can make money with your own online business. Let’s discuss both.”
That concludes this edition. I want to thank everyone who submitted a post . Please take time to click through and read (at least a few) posts…PLEASE!!!
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