Weekly Links: 8/1/9

by Matt B

100_0878Soooooo many articles to choose from this week to be whittled down to just 5 was a tough task. Fortunately, I’m a good decision maker, and furthermore, I can flip a coin like nobody’s business. For the sake of sparing you more about the Cash for Clunkers debacle, I present only great articles from the world of personal finance. Enjoy!

Mrs. Micah serves up Handling Clients Who Don’t Pay.

Although this one is slightly specialized and geared more toward freelancers, read it. You will take away some lessons you can use in many situations.

Matt Jabs presents the Whole Armor of Personal Finance.

Debt Free Adventure is becoming a must read for me, and this week the great content continued to flow. I highly recommend that you subscribe to this site and enjoy regularly. If this post doesn’t grab your attention, there is not much that will.

Paul opens our eyes to Debt Bait: 10 Methods to Credit Servitude.

It’s the Schrute bucks that always lure me in to the credit scheme…If you do not understand, you are without humor. Seriously, read this.

Alan asks: Are Budgets Dead?

My answer is, I hope not…especially not when I am just starting a series about budgeting. OK, so maybe in the traditional sense, budgets are dying. Especially from the answers given by most personal finance bloggers. I’m still working on my right mix, but for now…I guess I do not have a budget, per se.

Last but not least, Stephanie provides us with 20 Places to Legally Watch and Download Free TV, Movies, and Documentaries.

Sure, Hulu and Fancast made the list. But this is a wealth of free entertainment links. Thinking of doing away with cable? If so, bookmark this one.

Carnival Participation-

Again, only two carnivals this week due to my ongoing problem with the site not being readable by the Blog Carnival website. Hopefully, this will be fixed eventually…I have absolutely no clue what the problem is.

Good Financial Cents hosted the Carnival of Personal Finance: The House of Rose Edition which featured-Money and Depression: Cause or Effect?


My Life ROI hosted the 18th Carnival of Pecuniary Delights: Celebrity Birthday Edition which featured-Looking out for #1-Pay Yourself First

If you’re searching for my post here, just take a peek under Ahnold. He’ll tell you where to go.


Matt Jabs August 1, 2009 at 11:32 am

Thanks a boat load for the link and especially for the kind words Matt. I appreciate it very much. 🙂

Paul @ FiscalGeek August 1, 2009 at 12:03 pm

Thank you very much Matt for the unsolicited link love. Oh I also forgot about the Stanley Nickel rewards program, pays slightly better.

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