Yep, it’s time again for a few links that caught my eye this week. While you check these out, I will be waiting to see if the New England Patriots can win their 13th straight this season. Normally, I don’t really care about football – and to be honest, I still don’t. But I like seeing a hometown team going undefeated, so I hope the game goes as planned today. And to those of you who say they cheated to get here, they got busted during Game 1 for that…so what happened during the last 12? 🙂
MoneyNing discovers that office Secret Santa’s are getting awfully expensive.
Get Rich Slowly talks the pros and cons of Sharebuilder. I have a small account with them (that I signed up for just to get the bonus) so I don’t use them much, but it’s a good idea for smaller investors.
Silicon Valley Blogger has 6 ways for you to trim your electric bill – while still showing some holiday cheer!
No Credit Needed gives us his thoughts on the mortgage bailout issue. While I understand the government wants to prevent a full blown recession/depression over this, I do think it’s crap that people who should not have bought these houses in the first place get help from the government and the banks. There is a reason I didn’t buy a house in the last couple of years – I couldn’t afford one – so what do I get out of being responsible? Nada.
Five Cent Nickel has 5 year-end money moves to make. These are always useful posts for those of us who might forget a few things!
And from the M-Network
Being Frugal has 5 Ways to Keep the Gimmes Away This Christmas. I should show this to my wife, she can use it on me…
Christian Finance has 5 ways to Save Money on Books. My favorite? The library.
DebtFREE-Revolution is battling a truck note. I wonder who is gonna win…
Gather Little By Little gives some great advice on How to make paying your year end property taxes painless. Although I don’t own a house, I can see how this would help for when I do.
I’ve Paid For This Twice Already”¦ says that There Will Always Be Someone Who Believes the Opposite. I could not agree more, that’s why it is so important for everyone to make their own decisions and not rely only on the opinion of others.
Moolanomy has a post for Using Simple Rules to Predict your Retirement Needs. What if I don’t like rules, you say? Well, you better if you ever want to retire!
Plonkee Money wants to know who you are donating to for Christmas. But why is that so many people tend to donate only during Christmas? It’s weird, no? (I’m not saying that’s you plonkee, I am just thinking out loud :-))
Single Guy Money has his 2008 Financial Goals up and ready for the world.
The Dough Roller says that I invest like a monkey…oh wait, I mean you do…wait, we all do?
Have a great Sunday everyone!