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March 26, 2010

Carnival Midway from The Jerk Welcome to the Friday, March 26, 2010 edition of On the Moneyed Midways, where each week, we scan the money, personal finance, and business blog carnival's to bring you the best of what we find!

Soon, we'll be hosting the Cavalcade of Risk. We do have something new and unique planned for the carnival, but we should warn all contributors now that we will be using our well-established Cavalcade of Risk rating system. If there are those among you who dare anger the host, you'll find out that there is indeed a risk to contributing anything less than a well-written, on-topic post to the Cavalcade.

And now, you can't say that you weren't warned!...

Meanwhile, the best posts we found in the best of the past week's money and business-related blog carnivals await your review below....

On the Moneyed Midways for March 26, 2010
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Carnival of Debt Reduction Should I Make My House Payment or Pay My Credit Card Bill? Credit Card Assist It's not a question we've ever considered, but given the situation with so many home values being so far underwater compared to the valuations recorded in the homeowners' mortgages, perhaps Credit Card Assist's discussion of the topic was inevitable.
Carnival of HR Carnival of HR HR University We're not fans of themed blog carnivals, but Joan Ginsberg's edition of the Carnival of HR has a unique hook: she profiles a number of fellow blogging HR professionals who, like her, are unemployed and actively seeking work.
Carnival of Personal Finance What NOT to Do After Filing for Bankruptcy Budgets Are Sexy J. Money understands that the process for filing bankruptcy can carry a lot of emotional stress, but the absolute last thing he expects is for the recent bankruptee to celebrate with a fancy dinner and new designer clothes!...
Carnival of Personal Finance What NOT to Do After Filing for Bankruptcy Budgets Are Sexy Absolutely essential reading! J. Money understands that the process for filing bankruptcy can carry a lot of emotional stress, but the absolute last thing he expects is for the recent bankruptee to celebrate with a fancy dinner and new designer clothes!...
Cavalcade of Risk Poachers Turned Gamekeepers The Epicurean Dealmaker The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere! TED unloads on what's wrong with the regulators of banks and financial organizations with respect to the systemic risks they tolerate and offers his plan for replacing the spineless overseers of recent years with people who have not just backbones, but a bone to pick!...
Festival of Frugality My Rant Against Tipping Financial Uproar Is tipping really nothing more than a system of blackmail instituted by waiters? Financialuproar delivers on his name's promise in serving up Absolutely essential reading!
Carnival of Money Stories My Inner Imelda Marcos Bucksome Boomer's Journey to Retirement Bucksome likes shoes. A lot. Actually, more than a lot. Here, she reveals how Mr. Boomer's shoe intervention has kept both her closet organized and her shoe budget under control.

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