Sunday Money Roundup – Damn Snow Edition.

Right about now I am lugging a giant box from one house to another in the freezing cold snow. Don’t you love moving? Me neither. It had been 60 degrees for weeks on end and now this…ugh. So I will keep this short – check out these articles I found to be of interest this past week. See you soon!

The Cap has the best way I have ever heard of for getting out of buying holiday gifts this year. I wonder if it is too late for me to put this plan into action?

Moolanomy has some holiday shopping tips in case the above plan doesn’t work.

Four Pillars talks about lotteries and free money. I used to buy lottery tickets until I realized I probably could win more money by hiding a dollar in my house and then finding it years later. I don’t know how that makes any sense, but it seemed like an easier way to win.

My Dollar Plan wants you to check your pay stub once in a while for any errors. You don’t want to end up like one of her relatives did, missing out on a few years of retirement savings!

Patrick has some great tips on winterizing your car. This comes in handy right about now as I am working in the snow myself!

Mighty Bargain Hunter wants to take you back to the basics and talk about something close to my heart – reducing your debt. Just keep on doing it!

Money Ning wants to know if you think saving money is always worth it. I don’t, especially when it comes to buying organic food or quality long-use products over crappy ones. Sometimes, it pays to pay more.

Mrs. Micah got a new job! Be sure to head over and congratulate her on her success in landing it!

Silicon Valley Blogger wants to know who is responsible for the worst financial crisis since The Great Depression.

The Frugal Duchess is going to go Hunting for Deep Discounts & Thrifty Gifts at Post-Holiday Sales. If you can wait till after the holidays to go shopping, you can save a ton of money.

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