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November 8, 2008

Carnival Midway from The Jerk Welcome to this special Saturday, November 8, 2008 edition of On the Moneyed Midways, your single source to catch up on all the best posts from the best of the past week's money and business related blog carnivals!

As always, a "special" Saturday edition really means just one thing: we didn't get around to putting this week's edition of OMM together on Friday! Remember, where OMM is concerned, "special" = "late!"

Fortunately for our handful of readers however, "late" does not equal "poor quality!" Here's a quick preview of the kinds of things you'll find in this week's edition:

  • Where can you find work you can do from home?
  • How will the credit crunch affect a graduating high school senior's ability to score financial aid?
  • Can you really feed the homeless by dumpster diving?

These posts and seven others, including The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere!, await you below!...

On the Moneyed Midways for October 31, 2008
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Carnival of Debt Reduction Another Pointless Credit Sob Story - I've Stopped Caring Tough Money Love Mr. Tough Money Love has had enough of those awful stories in the press that highlight people's problems with their credit, yet never really explain how they got into trouble with their credit!
Carnival of Taxes Another New Tax Avoidance Scam A Tax Consultant for All Seasons The Anonymous Tax Consultant cries foul on the latest scam, in which people renounce their U.S. citizenship in the belief that they can avoid U.S. income taxes!
Carnival of Personal Finance How to Work from Home and Start a Home Business The Smarter Wallet Have you ever considered working from home, but didn't know what you could do to get paid? Stacey Doyle identifies some of the basics you'll need to work from home and then goes the extra mile to point to resources you can use to find work! Absolutely essential reading!
Carnival of Real Estate Strangely, "Not My House" Sentiment Continues, Albeit a Smaller Group Zillow Blog With housing prices dropping in many markets, Amy Bohutinsky expected different results from Zillow's survey of homeowner confidence from the latest quarter as compared to the previous one. She was surprised that many homeowners still perceive their own homes are above market values.
Carnival of Money Stories How to Survive Layoffs Not the Jet Set Not the Jet Set has been through tough times before, including being laid off from a job. Here, he describes the mental adjustments someone in those shoes needs to make when unemployment strikes.
Festival of Frugality Never Let the Marketers Win - Send in Those Rebate Forms! Budgets Are Sexy j. money is appalled that marketers devise rebate schemes to trick people into buying higher price items that take a lot of trouble to get your money back.
Festival of Stocks Experts are Buying Stocks - I'm Selling Put Options Instead My Wealth Builder Ever the contrarian, the Super Saver shares his strategy for making money in the current stock market.
Cavalcade of Risk I Want Care, I Want It Now, and I Want It Free Insure Blog Bob Vineyard has too much fun fisking the recent story of Gerhard McNeary, who he notes "has health care but does not have health insurance." The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere!
Money Hacks Carnival The Credit Crunch and Financial Aid: What Will It Mean for College Admissions? Great College Advice Mark Montgomery identifies eight possible scenarios that might negatively affect soon-to-graduate high school seniors. Absolutely essential reading!
Money Hacks Carnival Dumpster Diving for Charity - Listen In! NatureMoms Tiffany has a podcast with Ginger Freebird, who is using the techniques of freeganism (aka "dumpster diving") to feed the hungry and homeless. Absolutely essential listening!

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