Carnival of Money Stories #73

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This week’s edition of the Carnival of Money Stories #73 is up at Miss Thrifty with the Afternoon Tea Edition! Make sure you head over there and check out all of the great submissions!

Editor’s Picks:

Charity is for suckers posted at Control Your Cash: Making Money Make Sense. Ostensibly, this is a post about whether or not you should give money to the hungry and homeless. But what I took away from it was something quite different: a testament to determination, perseverance and personal achievement. Have a read and see what you think.

The Secret To Early Retirement posted at Financial Samurai. Ooooh, I think that Financial Samurai may raise a few hackles with this one! I’m not sure that I agree with his conclusion – my inner Germaine Greer is making a cross face – but it’s certainly food for thought.

Advantages of Online Banking posted at FIRE Finance. This post, which tells the story of a recent visit to the authors’ Aunt Jane and Uncle James, does a good job of pitching to those who are new to online banking tools and features.

Raising Savvy Business Kids posted at Money Reasons. MoneyReasons is raising a brood of mini-Trumps and mini-Bransons. You don’t believe me? Take a look at this.

Lindy presents How to Bamboozle Your Spouse into Creating a Budget posted at Minting Nickels. I am a newcomer to this blog, but I already like it a lot: it is nicely designed and Lindy’s sense of fun makes other personal finance blogs look positively po-faced!

Thanks to all of this week’s participants and especially our great host! Next week’s edition will be held at Sustainable Life Blog. Make sure you head over to the submissions page to learn how to get your post in!

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