Sunday Money Roundup – Superbowl XLII Edition.

MTD took part in 3 money carnivals and festivals this past week:

Carnival of Personal Finance #137 over at The Dividend Guy Blog.

Festival of Frugality #110 over at Mrs. Micah.

The Carnival of Money Stories #44 at Being Frugal.

Thanks for hosting guys!

Readings from the M-Network:

Being Frugal has 75 Frugal Hacks for Your Home. This is an incredible resource for those of you looking to save money around the house!

Cash Money Life has Prosper – the Ebay of Person to Person Lending. This was good for me, because I am just starting to get involved in P2P lending.

Gather Little By Little talks about Gazelle intensity vacations to avoid burnout.

I’ve Paid For This Twice Already”¦ muses on her family’s Diet and Budget. Check it out to see how they budget and eat well.

Moolanomy says that Sometimes, it’s easy to focus too much on money and forget why money is important. I love this post.

Plonkee Money asks a question we all should be asking – how can I persuade my boss to promote me?

Single Guy Money talks about The Real Cost of Homeownership.

The Dough Roller asks the important question – Were you one of 127 million who may have had their identity stolen in 2007?

Other articles I checked out this past week:

No Credit Needed is Considering Selling My Car (Or My Truck) (Or Both) – help him decide!

Credit Withdrawal talks about The New Social Security Debit Card – Benefits and Drawbacks. Just for the record, I think it’s a bad idea…

Money Ning has some Hidden Charges of Moving So Far after he and his wife decided to move. It is never as cheap as you think it will be!

My Dollar Plan asks the question “Should I Stay Home Or Go Back To Work?“…and follows it up with “Stay Home or Go Back to Work: The Results“.

Mrs. Micah talks about Why Renting is Right for Us Right Now. I could not agree more.

Five Cent Nickel covers the IRA Changes for 2008. Be sure to check them out if you invest in IRA’s.

Quest For Four Pillars discusses Why The Subprime Crisis Has Not Affected Canada (Yet).

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  1. Patrick says:

    Thanks for the mention! I have another P2P article going live Tuesday. I am answering a few reader questions about the process over the next few days.

    I think P2P lending is making the world a flatter place and has the potential to have long term affects in the way people lend and borrow. And I think it is exciting to be a part of that. 🙂

  2. Four Pillars says:

    Thanks a lot for the link David! I enjoyed participating in the series.


  3. Randall says:

    Thanks for the linkey!! This was a fun series.