This week’s edition is held here at the Carnival of Money Stories. Unfortunately this week’s host was not able to facilitate the carnival as planned, and my apologies for the delay to all who submitted.
The carnival is appearing here on Tuesday evening, instead of Monday morning.
On with the stories!
- debt kid presents Finding Your ‘Side Hustle’ to Get Out of Debt posted at Debt Kid.
- Yee Shun Jian presents How I made S$103,789.85 in revenue from Affiliate Marketing in 2009 posted at Internet Marketing And Making Money Online | Ready, Fire, IM!, saying, “An explanation of how I made six figures in internet revenue last year along with screenshots of my affiliate cheques”
- PT presents Financial Benefits of Working from Home posted at Prime Time Money, saying, “How running a business from your home can save you money. There are many financial benefits to working from home.”
- FMF presents Another Example of Getting a Raise Despite a Tough Economy posted at Free Money Finance, saying, “A great story of how a reader got a raise in a tough economy.”
- Miss Bankrupt presents My Daughter Needs a Job posted at Miss Bankrupt.
- Craig Ford presents Credit Card Rewards | Useless Junk or Plastic Gold? posted at Money Help For Christians, saying, “This post introduces the credit card rewards that have been most valuable to my family.”
- Mr Credit Card presents Churning and Nailing That Sign Up Bonus posted at Ask Mr Credit Card.
- Polly Poorhouse presents Economic Crunch: Transmissions are expensive posted at Economic Crunch.
- Jeff Rose, CFP presents Financial Planning University Week 1: Super Saving posted at Jeff Rose, saying, “This is the 2nd installment from Less O’Dell as he discusses his journey through Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University.”
- Joe Plemon presents The Sad Tale of Clarence and Evita posted at Personal Finance By The Book, saying, “This couple came to me for financial counseling. When they walked out the door, I felt sad. This post tells why.”
- BIFS presents The Feeling of Being Debt Free posted at Budgeting in the Fun Stuff, saying, “My take on how great debt freedom will feel.”
- Silicon Valley Blogger presents Wall Street Jobs Pay Out Big Bonuses: The Investment Banker Defends His Salary posted at The Digerati Life, saying, “Story on how investment bankers defend their outrageous pay in Wall Street.”
- Madeleine Begun Kane presents A Dog Of A Limerick posted at Mad Kane’s Humor Blog, saying, “inheritance humor”
- David de Souza presents Have you given the government an interest-free loan? posted at UK Tax Blog, saying, “Are you inadvertently giving the government a tax free loan? Any tax refund that you receive is money you should have received with your income. Read more to find out if you are overpaying tax.”
- J. Savings presents Are You Middle Class? (should you care?) posted at Budgets Are Sexy, saying, “I compare my own stats vs. the “average” out there to see how they align…not that it matters
- James & Miel at Dual Income No Kids presents Drafting a Will and Keeping It Up to Date posted at Dual Income No Kids, saying, “My own Dad offered to send me his latest investment statements ….When I asked why he said “Well Tahnya because when I go, it’s going to be yours.” I couldn’t believe what my ears were hearing!”
- Rainy-Day Saver presents The Best Class I Ever Took: Why I’m Glad I Dropped Pre-Calculus posted at Rainy-Day Saver, saying, “An article about how a high school math classed changed my financial life.”
- Sandy presents The Dog Ate My Money posted at My Cheapass Blog, saying, “Image that your dog ate $400. Now, what do you do?”
- Kyle presents Cheaper Isn’t Always Better posted at Suburban Dollar» Suburban Dollar: Personal Finance Blog from a Suburbanite’s Perspective.
- freefrombroke presents Frugality Isn’t Deprivation posted at Free From Broke, saying, “The idea of frugality doesn’t include having to deprive yourself. At least it doesn’t have to.”
- Anthony Samuel presents It’s the Grocery Game… And I’m Actually Interested posted at Personal Finance Analyst.