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February 26, 2010

Carnival Midway from The Jerk Welcome to the Friday, February 26, 2010 edition of On the Moneyed Midways! Each week, we bring you the best posts we found among the best of the week's business and money-related blog carnivals.

This was definitely one of those editions that falls into the gap between the biweekly and monthly editions of many carnivals. As a result, we're featuring fewer posts than normal.

But that doesn't mean they're any less essential to your weekend reading plans! Just scroll down for the best posts that we found in the week that was....

On the Moneyed Midways for February 26, 2010
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Carnival of Debt Reduction Cutting the Biggest Expense of All Miss Bankrupt Christina is looking to trim her budget to more affordable levels, and has already either made or identified cuts to her spending, but it's not enough. Here, she contemplates making the biggest cut she's ever considered in Absolutely essential reading!
Carnival of Personal Finance Financial Lessons of a Cheese Pedlar Magical Penny Adam Piplica has been paying extra close attention to how Subway's "sandwich artists" seek to extract just a bit more money from their patrons and looks to apply the psychology involved to his own benefit in The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere!
Cavalcade of Risk Cost of Drug Development: $1 Billion Healthcare Economist Jason Shafrin highlights two academic papers into how much it costs to successfully bring a new medicine to the market - one from 2003 which says its $802 million and one just published that ups the figure to $1 billion.
Festival of Frugality How to Use Electronic Coupons with Your Grocery Card Digerati Life The Silicon Valley Blogger discovers how to "load" coupons onto her grocery store affinity card and takes it for a test drive!
Money Hacks Carnival How to Find Free Stuff Online Without Getting Spammed PT Money Ann Smarty reveals all the ins and outs to finding out which free offers won't come with strings attached.
Carnival of Money Stories Warning Signs You Ned to Fire Your Financial Advisor Good Financial Cents Jeff Rose provides a checklist to use for determining whether your financial advisor is really the one for you.

OMM's Running Index for 2010

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