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September 7, 2007

Carnival Midway from The Jerk Welcome to the Friday, September 7, 2007 edition of On the Moneyed Midways, the blogosphere's only collection of the top posts from this week's best business, economics, investing and otherwise money-related blog carnivals!

Busy week! And shaping up to be a busy weekend as well. So, we'll stay out of the way and go straight to the best posts of the week that was, including one that's a contender for being The Best Post of the Year, Anywhere!...

On the Moneyed Midways for September 7, 2007
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Bootstrapping Entrepreneurs Avoid Getting Gypped by Fraudulent Web Designers Small Business Buzz Michelle Cramer helps fill the void left by the on-hold Carnival of Fraud (while regular Tracy Coenen preps a book for publishing) by focusing on what you need to do to avoid getting scammed by phony business site web designers.
Carnival of Debt Reduction The Worst Credit Card I Have Ever Seen Money, Matter, and More Musings Golbguru takes a close look at the fine print behind the Continental Finance MasterCard and challenges readers to find a worst credit card offer!
Carnival of HR Keeping Talent on Tap Execupundit "Too dumb for words" summarizes Michael Wade's take on company policies that terminate their company's connection with the people that know their business extremely well - their retirees.
Carnival of Small Business Issues Be a Good Manager by Letting People Learn and Grow INTJ Personal Development Warren Wong writes The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere! and, as far as we're concerned, one of The Best of the Year, So Far!
Carnival of Taxes If You Believe That I Have a Bridge for Sale Cheap Wandering Tax Pro Tax professional Robert Flach scans a discussion thread on Urban Tax Legends at the Tax Almanac, picking out things many people believe are true, but just aren't!
Carnival of the Capitalists 10 Questions Venture Capitalists and Angel Investors Are Going to Ask Instigator Blog Ben Yoskovitz lists ten questions prospective entrepreneurs can expect from the people who might help finance their enterprise, for which they should have solid answers ready to go.
Festival of Stocks The Smart Investor, How to Stay Calm While Trading Stock Trading To Go Does stock market volatility really push your emotional response buttons? Blain Reinkensmeyer lists some market-driven events that gets his heart pumping and shows how developing rules and acting upon them can help bring his pulse rate down! Absolutely essential reading!
Odysseus Medal (Real Estate) FHA Secure: A Political Power Move Disguised as a Helping Hand to Those in Need Rain City Guide Jillayne Schlicke lays out what's wrong with the President's proposal to bail out mortgage lenders through the FHA and lights into what's wrong with AWOL government bureaucrats at large.

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