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Sunday Money Roundup – I Cannot Believe It Is Almost 2008 Edition.

Didn’t we just start 2007? I remember when I was a kid that summer lasted for what seemed like years…and the school year lasted even longer. Scary. Anyway, I started this site November 10, 2006 so it is a little over 1 year old. I have written over 650 posts and readers have left over 2,200 comments. I never really thought the site would do so well and I thank you guys for that. So thank you, and here is to another year! While I try to come up with another 650 posts for the next year, check out some articles that caught my eye this past week:

Five Cent Nickel tries to keep the collections man away – this whole thing wasn’t his fault, so I understand his frustration.

No Credit Needed tells his readers exactly how he paid off his debts early – great information for those looking for step-by-step instructions.

MoneyNing talks about a deceptive Citibank website – I just noticed this myself on my account and I am not too happy about it either.

Silicon Valley Blogger has some different ways to increase your income. These are always valuable posts as who doesn’t want to increase their income?

Wise Bread has the dirt on travel insurance – something I never have and never will buy.

Cash Money Life has 10 inexpensive ways to slash your heating bill this winter. He should add to wear a few sweaters – it’s much cheaper!

And from the M-Network:

The Dough Roller lists over 100 free resume templates for Microsoft Word.

Single Guy Money talks about finishing paying off his debt.

Plonkee Money debunks common reasons people don’t give to charity. Great stuff…

Moolanomy talks 22 money maximizing moves to make before 2008.

Paid Twice discusses debt as bondage – and I couldn’t agree more!

Gather Little By Little has some tips for investing the easy way.

DebtFREE-Revolution talks cars with New Car, Used Car, Leased Car, Bought Car.

Christian PF asks if Jesus would have an emergency fund – I would have to say no because, well, he is Jesus!

Being Frugal weighs debit cards versus credit cards and which one could cause you to spend more. Good stuff…


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  1. Patrick says:

    I included the tip on turning down the thermostat and wearing more clothes in the article I published the day before – 7 free tips to reduce your heating bills. 😉

    Thanks for the mention. 🙂

  2. I like your list layouts — I think I’ll try it this way next time :). Thanks for the mention! Hope you had a great Thanksgiving.

  3. Pinyo says:

    Wow, 650 posts. It takes a lot of imagination to write about the same topic (money) in 650 ways.

    Happy belated 1st birthday.

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