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November 27, 2009

Carnival Midway from The Jerk Welcome to our regular Friday, November 27, 2009 edition of On the Moneyed Midways! After last week's posting mishap, we're back on track with the best posts we found in the best of the past week's business and money-related blog carnivals!

This past week was, by far, the best week for posts that we've seen in a very long time. Just about every post qualifies as being Absolutely essential reading! so the criteria for that award came down to the posts that would be very strong contenders for being The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere! in any other week.

As it happens though, this was not any other week. The post winning the title of being The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere! combines the business of fast, fresh food with the cult-like passion for it, and if you're wondering what you'd like to eat after Thanksgiving, it will answer that question for you!

Just scroll down and see for yourself....

On the Moneyed Midways for November 27, 2009
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Carnival of Debt Reduction Slow and Steady Wins the Race Get Rich Slowly J.D. Roth continues his series on what works for getting out of the red and into the black, finding inspiration in both Aesop's fable and last season's Biggest Loser.
Carnival of HR How Does HR Add to Profits? Profitability Through Human Capital Cathy Missildine-Martin answers the question that has perplexed executives since corporations were first invented and needed to hire people to hire people!
Carnival of Personal Finance How Do You Plan to Manage Your Million Dollars? Bible Money Matters What if you won the lottery? What if you finally reached your lifetime savings goal? Would you know what to do with the money once you had it? Jason Price takes lessons from The Millionaire Next Door and How to Debt Proof Your Marriage.
Carnival of Real Estate Home Mortgage Interest Deductions To Be Reduced San Diego Real Estate Market Bob Schwartz looks at what the Obama administration is planning for raising tax revenues by progressively doing away with the mortgage interest tax deduction.
Festival of Frugality Opportunity to Pay Zero Federal Income Tax in 2010 My Wealth Builder We admit we were hooked by the tiltle of the Super Saver's post. Here, the early-retiree describes how he will manage his income and take advantage of three tax credits to avoid any exposure to federal income taxes next year. If you were looking for lessons on how to "go Galt," this is perhaps a good place to begin....
Festival of Stocks Quick Take: Time Warner Inc (TWX) MagicDiligence.com Steve looks at how media titan Time Warner (TWX) is transforming its business after spinning off Time Warner Cable (TWC) earlier in the year, arguing that its current stock price and earnings prospects makes it "a solid MFI buy".
Money Hacks Carnival Sccusesufl Peosrnal Finnace Deos Not Riqueire Perftceion. Dough Roller The Dough Roller delivers Absolutely essential reading! in finding that perfection isn't needed to be successful in personal finance and investing. Or as the Dough Roller might put it, in "presoanl finncae and ivnsetnig."
Carnival of Money Stories Reasons Why I Love In-n-Out Burger: It's No Secret Good Financial Cents In-n-Out Burger is a fast-food franchise available in just four states (CA, NV, AZ and UT). If you live anywhere else in the world, Jeff Rose's post will make you wish you had one near you just so you can order off the secret menu! The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere!
Best of Money The X-Men Guide to Unlocking Your Financial Mutant Powers Man vs Debt Adam Baker explains how Wolverine is the "Dave Ramsey" of the X-Men world in dividing the X-men universe between its personal finance heroes and villains.

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