Welcome to the 25th Carnival of Money Stories and Tight Fisted Miser.
You can check out past Carnivals and learn more about the Carnival of Money Stories at their homepage. If your submission isn’t included it is probably because it wasn’t a personal story about money.
Eric presents The Cheap Lunch Wins Out posted at A Penny Closer.
Super Saver presents Wood Deck Maintenance – A Do-It-Yourself (DIY) Project posted at My Wealth Builder.
FIRE Finance presents Garage Sale Tips – A Complete Kit To Save Money! posted at FIRE Finance.
Financial Philosophies and Observations
glblguy presents Does Good Customer Service Still Exist? posted at Gather Little By Little.
Kay Bell presents Bank error not in my favor posted at Don’t Mess With Taxes.
Brip Blap presents find a nickel, pick it up posted at brip blap.
Millionaire Mommy Next Door presents The Powerful (and Addictive) Nature of Giving posted at Millionaire Mommy Next Door.
Amanda presents Observations on Las Vegas… posted at Young and Broke.
The Dough Roller presents Five Guys and the Art of a Great Burger posted at The Dough Roller.
Logan Flatt, CFA presents How to Get Ahead In America (1st of a 12-Part Series) posted at PowerWealth.com.
Amanda presents How I made $1592.53 in 1 month by blogging posted at the so called me.
Money for Military presents First Spouse Gold Coins Investment posted at Money for Military.
edithyeung presents The Money Series – You Are Not Going to Live Forever posted at Edith Yeung.Com: Dream. Think. Act..
Meredith H. Kaiser presents Financial (and Life) Lessons I Learned as a Kid posted at Saving Advice Blog.
Silicon Valley Blogger presents 10 Tips On Life and Disability Insurance: How And Why We’re Getting More posted at The Digerati Life.
Steve Leung presents Making an Offer on a Home: Behind the Scenes posted at Silicon Valley Real Estate Blog – 1SiliconValley.com.
FMF presents Money Saving Tip: Shop Now for Holiday Gifts posted at Free Money Finance.
Lynnae presents Why I blog about being frugal posted at beingfrugal.net.
paidtwice presents Eliminating Fees – Don’t incur them to begin with! posted at I’ve Paid For This Twice Already….
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The next Carnival of Money Stories is being hosted by Paid Twice and you can submit your own money experience here.
21 thoughts on “The 25th Carnival of Money Stories”
Thanks for putting together the carnival. Looks like a lot of good reading to keep me occupied.
Thanks for the link. Great Carnival!
Money for Military
Aww I didn’t get a trackback. 🙁
But great carnival! Thanks for hosting.
Great carnival, thank you for hosting it.
Thanks for hosting!
Thanks for the link! The carnival looks great!
Cool carnival. Thanks for hosting!
Thanks so much for hosting! Great job! 🙂
Thanks for hosting! Great job!
Excellent job! Thanks for the link!
Nice articles. I’ve learned something from your blog. Please see my article on how to maximize your non-interest bearing checking account. I moved out my money from my personal checking account and hid it from identity theft. It is earning 5.25% (although not much) and protected and insured by FDIC.
Thanks for including my post! I’ve linked back here in my Million Dollar Blog Carnival Roundup (September 15, 2007 Edition) at:
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