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October 6, 2006

Carnival Midway from The Jerk Welcome to the October 6, 2006 edition of On the Moneyed Midways, your single stop on the web where you can catch up with each of the week's blog carnivals related to business and money matters and the best posts they offered this week. Speaking of which, one post wins the title of being The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere!(TM)

We're returning to our more regular Friday posting schedule for OMM, although we're coming close to burning the midnight oil with this edition! We'll chalk it up to a busier than average week in the world of blog carnivals. But, enough delay! Scroll down for the best posts of the week that was....

On the Moneyed Midways for October 06, 2006
Carnival Post Blog Comments
Carnival of Business Deals May Soon Be Harder to Find at WalMart MightyBargainHunter John homes in on a potential new use for WalMart's RFID technology, which might change what products you see as you shop.
Carnival of Career Intensity Moving Up the Ladder Is a Mystery To Be Solved Young Man's Journey to Become a CEO and Succeed Are you looking to get ahead in your organization? Milo Riano offers some of the best, practical advice I've seen on the topic. The Best Post the Week, Anywhere!
Carnival of Debt Reduction You Can Do That? No Credit Needed NCN notes that people often lock themselves into certain situations, such as unnecessarily carrying excess debt, because they don't realize what they can do.
Carnival of Home Business How Much Can I Charge Sales Intensity David Lorenzo shares two methods for setting a price for products and services: one based on cost and the other based on value.
Carnival of Marketing Elements of a Winning Brand Great FX Business Cards Chris Brunner provides a Marketing 101 lesson on what a successful brand accomplishes.
Carnival of Passive Income When a Resident Breaks a Lease Lording the Land Essential advice for those who rent property on how to handle what can be a very difficult situation for both parties in a lease.
Carnival of Personal Finance HAS Usage Colorado Health Insurance Insider Jay shows how employer-paid health insurance premiums are keeping consumers away from Health Savings Accounts and their cost-saving advantages.
Carnival of Personal Growth Us and Them Passion, People and Principles David Maister laments the widespread nature of "us vs. them" group-think that wrongly discounts the value of the individual.
Carnival of Taxes Ideal Tax Simplicity: The Sales Tax My Simple Trading System Praveen blueprints how a tax system based only on a consumption sales tax might be implemented.
Carnival of the Capitalists Your Own Business Ask Uncle Bill Uncle Bill says that "if you can't stand to have a boss then start or buy your own business," then talks though how to do it!
Festival of Frugality When Renting Is Better Than Buying Don't Mess with Taxes Kay Bell writes on how home ownership isn't for everyone - in fact, there are circumstances that make renting a preferable choice.
Festival of Stocks Margin of Safety Value Investing, and a Few Cigar Butts Mike shares lessons from a $900 book on how to find stocks, value businesses and avoid mistakes.
Festival of Under 30 Finances The Grown Up Resume Am I Grown Up Yet? Susan provides tips to recent students on how to dress up your resume to land that first job in the real world!
Personal Development Carnival What You Didn't Know About Bruce Lee's Kick Ass Success Life Coaches Alvin Soon recounts the obstacles Bruce Lee overcame in building his success in life, and provides the key lesson from the master himself! A close contender for being The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere! this week!

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