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July 25, 2008

Carnival Midway from The Jerk Welcome to the Friday, July 25, 2008 edition of On the Moneyed Midways! Once again, we've surfed our way through the best of the business and money-related blog carnival of the past week to bring you the best of what we found on the moneyed midways!

We're pretty much spanning the full range of human economics this week, considering everything from what to do if you lose your job to how to lighten up those delicious summer beverages. Along the way, we find a better PowerPoint presentation, dip into the Florida real estate market and consider the state of banking stocks.

And then, there's even more! The best of what we found in the week that was await you below....

On the Moneyed Midways for July 25, 2008
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Carnival of Careers How to File for Unemployment Insurance Benefits Money Blue Book Raymond provides a valuable primer on what unemployment insurance is, who pays for it, who qualifies for it and what you can expect if you find yourself unemployed through no fault of your own.
Carnival of Debt Reduction Becoming Debt Free: Identifying the Why frugaldad Mr. Frugal turns philosophic in considering why becoming debt-free might be desirable - believe it or not, being debt-free isn't for everyone!
Carnival of Personal Finance Money Lessons Learned from Famous Movies The Red Stapler Chronicles rutgerskevin identifies the hidden lessons about money that might be extracted from a number of unlikely Hollywood movies!
Carnival of Personal Finance By the Numbers: Credit Scores and Car Insurance Financial Ramblings Absolutely essential reading! Sean shows number by number how your credit score drives your insurance rates!
Carnival of HR PowerPoint - Visuals, Take 2 Fortify Your Oasis What's wrong with the way that typical PowerPoint presentation are put together? Rowan Manahan provides a 128 slide-long presentation that shows you (and won't put you to sleep!)
Carnival of Real Estate Declining Home Prices Tallahassee Real Estate Joe Manausa shows the trends in Tallahassee, Florida housing prices the way we would!
Festival of Frugality The Booze of Summer: A Quick and Dirty Guide to Lighter, Cheaper Drinks Cheap Healthy Good The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere! Yes, it's summer and we're always ready for a cool drink! Kris' post points the way to both fully refresh yourself and to fully enjoy the season!
Festival of Stocks Banks that Are Not Wells Fargo (WFC) or US Bancorp (USB) Guilty Until Proven Innocent College Analysts James Cullen turns a suspicious eye on bank stocks, finding precious few to be excited about.
Money Hacks Carnival 10 Reasons Why I Love ING Direct Christian PF If you've ever been intrigued by the higher interest rates offered by ING's savings products, Bob's post about his experiences in banking through them might well convince you it's time to set up a new account.
Money Hacks Carnival People Who Like to "Split the Tab" Are No Longer My Friends Budgets Are Sexy Should "going Dutch" end a relationship? J. Money says that it can and that it should change it at the very least.
Carnival of Money Stories Family Financial History LivingAlmostLarge What would you learn about money if you grew up in a cash-poor single parent household? What more might you need to learn? Absolutely essential reading!

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