Sunday Money Roundup – Right Before Christmas Edition.

As the last roundup before Christmas, just wanted to say thank you to everyone who has contributed to the success and growth of this site over the past year. Regular readers, other bloggers, casual visitors – thank you for allowing me to write my thoughts here and making me feel like I am part of a community that is always changing and learning from each other. I sincerely appreciate all of you.

No Credit Needed says you should Jump-Start Your Debt Reduction Using Christmas Gifts And Year-End Bonuses.

My Dollar Plan asks “Why Am I Unpopular at Christmas?” Curious, aren’t you?

Five Cent Nickel almost buys himself a set of personal bleachers for fans to sit in and watch him blog.

All Financial Matters has 12 Ways to Make Your Kids Financially Savvy.

Money Ning talks about something we went through recently : Making the Decision to Improve Our Standard of Living by Spending More

And From The M-Network:

The Dough Roller asks “Do low cost mutual funds outperform high cost mutual funds?” – Great question that I am glad someone was thinking of!

Plonkee Money wants to know the details of your credit cards – what do you carry in your wallet?

Being Frugal tells us all How to save an emergency fund when money is tight.

Moolanomy has a big list of Money Saving Tips for Online Shopping. Who could not use to save more?

I’ve Paid For This Twice Already”¦ shares a story that many of us can relate to: “My Goal As A Grownup Was To Have Just Enough To Not Struggle

Gather Little By Little has a Christmas Dilemma: One expensive gift or multiple inexpensive gifts? I say pay no attention to money and buy from the heart, not for the price tag!

Christian PF gives advice on How to find money to save.

Single Guy Money achieves his net worth goal.

If you celebrate Christmas, have a wonderful next couple of days. And if you don’t, I hope you have a wonderful next couple of days as well!

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  1. Hope you had a wonderful Christmas!