Only seeing one side of our family for Christmas is always sad, but it’s nice when packages and cards show up every day from random relatives. It’s almost time to start opening them all, but today is Sunday and it’s time for another roundup of posts I liked from this past week. If you have a few minutes, check out some of these posts:
The Sun’s Financial Diary contemplates paying off a car loan because of the interest rate reductions at banks.
Lazy Man & Money has 15 Products that save Time, Money, and Space.
No Credit Needed tells us all how $10 A Day Equals 3/4 Of A Million Dollars.
Money Ning wants you to Be Frugal and Use Public Transportation – and I could not agree more, it’s how I get around!
My Dollar Plan comes clean and discusses their $1,000,000 in credit limits and $223,270 outstanding in credit card balances. That is so scary, I would not even know how to manage that!
And From The M-Network
The M-Network is running a 12 days of Christmas group post that is going around. I was not able to participate due to time constraints (more on the reasons why come January)
Being Frugal talks about something none of us like talking about – but all of us should.
Christian PF says that Dividing large bills into smaller chunks can make them much more manageable.
DebtFREE-Revolution has Three Paid Credit Cards as part of the 12 Days of Christmas group post from the M-Network.
Gather Little By Little cannot seem to find a Nintendo Wii
Paid Twice “Looks Back at My 2007 Goals and Ahead to 2008”
Moolanomy has 10 “Preparing For Baby” Tips For the Frugal-Minded. Congrats on the new one Pinyo!
Plonkee Money is celebrating a frugal Christmas.
Single Guy Money says to Watch Those Sneaky Credit Card Companies.
The Dough Roller has The Ultimate Guide to Traditional and Roth 401(k) and IRA Retirement Accounts.