Sunday Money Roundup – Long Weekend Edition.

Although most any weekend could be a long weekend for those of us who are self-employed, Memorial Day weekend has a special meaning to me because my father died in 1991 from a cancer that was a result of Agent Orange spraying during the Vietnam War. I do hope everyone can take a minute to not only thank our Veterans who are still with us, but also to remember those who have already passed.

Gather Little By Little teaches you how to build a compost bin. I cannot recommend this enough, as not only does it give you free nutrient-rich soil, but it also reduces the amount of trash you throw into landfills.

Silicon Valley Blogger wants to help you avoid foreclosure. Timely advice for many people.

Good Financial Cents tells you how to be prepared for any storm or emergency. I have written several times about our emergency supplies, and I fully believe everyone should be as prepared as possible.

Cash Money Life wants to help you Evaluate Which Online Broker Is Right For You?

Simple.Organized.Life. has How I Live My Simple Life.

Money Ning is going to teach you How to Dispute Unreasonable Charges on Your Bills.

Steadfast Finances tells us that New York Investment Bankers Can Rationalize Theft and Cheating Twice as Easily as Regular People. Gee, didn’t see that coming!

Five Cent Nickel wants to help you find the best mortgage rates.

The Wisdom Journal talks about a fabulous budgeting system. If you are looking for one, check out this post for sure!

Almost Frugal has some frugal pregnancy tips. Those friends of mine who are pregnant, pay attention!

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  1. I, for one, sincerely appreciate the sacrifice your father was willing to make. I hope no one ever forgets the men and women that heeded the call of their country and were willing to make a sacrifice for the greater good. There really is no way to adequately thank them or their loved ones that were left behind, but “Thank you” is all I can say.

  2. Thanks a ton for providing such an interesting list of posts this sunday.. Liked the one which says how to evaluate the online broker..Thanks a ton …