Nothing exciting going on this week, so on to the roundup:
Being Frugal talks about social lending and whether it is a good or bad idea. I am a fan, that’s for sure.
Money Ning has 40 precautions for preventing identity theft. My friend had hers stolen, and it was an absolute nightmare.
Steadfast Finances wants to know “How Much Would You Pay to Voice Your Opinion?” This is just amazing, and I am glad someone is doing it. Wish I could afford it!
Cash Money Life talks about How the Economic Stimulus Check Affects your 2008 Tax Return.
Consumerism Commentary talks about things that banks can do to make online banking safer. I know a lot of people are worried about the safety of online banking, so this advice might go a long way to making more people start using it.
Studenomics has reasons that you should quit your job. Yes, even in this economy, there might be some reasons!
Wide Open Wallet gives us some ways to find frugality. Who couldn’t use a little more of that?
Four Pillars talks about incentive. Incentive for what? Everything.
Paid Twice just lost her father and has outlined some lessons learned from this experience. We are all so sorry for your loss PT.
Debt Kid says that if you are making money right now, it’s time to shut your trap. I agree – it’s not nice to talk about how much you make!