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March 5, 2010

Carnival Midway from The Jerk Welcome to the Friday, March 5, 2010 edition of On the Moneyed Midways, where each week, we review the best of the past week's money and business-related blog carnivals to identify and feature the best posts we find in each.

Should you pass on buying bottled water because it's a waste of money? What if your tap water is brown?

Did you get a mortgage on your house for the tax break? What would you have if you didn't have the mortgage?

What would you do differently today if you knew you were going to have to pay higher taxes in the near future? What if you're a business owner facing those higher taxes?

The answers to these questions, and more, are just a mouse click away!...

On the Moneyed Midways for March 5, 2010
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Carnival of Debt Reduction The Mortgage Tax Deduction Is a Consolation Prize at Best Free Money Finance FMF quotes Mary Hunt's advice to disregard the mortgage interest tax deduction as a reason to keep a mortgage and shares what his family found really happens with the money you earn when you fully own your own home!
Carnival of HR Who Are You to Judge Your Manager? Fail Spectacularly Jason Seiden tells the story of when he had to fire an employee who quit, then tried to unquit. Absolutely essential reading!
Carnival of Personal Finance Raising a Cow for Beef: Month 6 Provident Planning Bambi the cow is now six months old and destined to feed Paul Williams' family. Here, he sums up what it has cost in both money and time over the last six months.
Carnival of Taxes Companies Paying Dividends Early to Beat Higher UK Tax Rates Monevator Taxes on both regular income and from investments are getting set to spike sharply upward in the UK. The Investor notes that change is what is behind a number of companies' plans to pay dividends sooner rather than later in The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere!.
Festival of Frugality Finding Money Cathy Stucker Have you ever gone through and thought about all the places where you might have unknowingly stashed money? Cathy Stucker lists some obvious and not-so-obvious places to look for when you need to tap some cash!
Carnival of Money Stories I Still Buy Bottled Water… Sorry Miss Bankrupt Christina reacts to an article claiming that buying bottled water is a waste of money, but she won't stop because she just wants "water that doesn't smell like metal or the toilet. That's not asking for much, is it?"

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