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April 9, 2010

Carnival Midway from The Jerk Welcome to the Friday, April 9, 2010 edition of On the Moneyed Midways! We're still the one place you can go every week to find the best posts contributed to each of the past week's blog carnivals dedicated to the topics of business and money matters!

We have a very short edition this week, since it has turned out to be one of those weeks where many of the biweekly and monthly blog carnivals we cover are in-between their regular editions. So, if you had your heart set on being able to read through a much more extensive blog carnival, we'll point you toward this week's Cavalcade of Risk, which we hosted earlier this week and where we applied our unique blog-post rating system for every post that was contributed. Plus, we built a special tool for the Cavalcade as our own contribution to the topic of risk.

But, per our rules for OMM, none of our posts are eligible for being either Absolutely essential reading or being The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere!

The posts that do qualify for those titles, and the rest of the best posts we found in the week that was, are just a mouse click away....

On the Moneyed Midways for April 9, 2010
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Carnival of Debt Reduction How to Opt Out of Credit Card Offers PT Money Are you tired of receiving an endless stream of credit card offers in your mail? PT identifies the free web sites you can use to dam the stream (one of which also covers junk mail in general!)
Carnival of Personal Finance How I Paid Off Over $70,000 in Debt and Quit My Job Eventual Millionaire Jaime Tardy explains what she and her husband did to make their car, student and home equity loans go away, which in turn made it possible for her to walk away from her job earning $100,000 per year to become a stay-at-home mom (featured in Part 2). Absolutely essential reading!
Cavalcade of Risk Long Term Care Insurance Quotes: How Much Do You Need? Good Financial Cents CFP Jeff Rose provides a solid starting point for finding out more about who might need long term care insurance and how much they might need.
Cavalcade of Risk Rescission Still Allowed in Cases of Fraud or Misrepresentation Colorado Health Insurance Insider It might surprise many individuals with pre-existing conditions to find this out, but the recent passage of health reform in the U.S. doesn't mean they can get automatic coverage any time in the near future. Worse, Louise Norris points out that if they lie about their condition on their application, the insurers will still have the right to drop them for fraud.
Festival of Frugality Clothing Kids Close to Free The Saved Quarter The Penny Saver reveals her secrets to stocking up on clothing for her kids at huge discounts. Absolutely essential reading!
Best of the Best in Money and Personal Finance Best of the Best in Money and Personal Finance Len Penzo dot Com Once a month, Len Penzo screens through hundreds of personal finance and money-related blog posts to pick out the best of the bunch. Kind of like we do every week for OMM. Wait a minute - should we be promoting our competition?! And just what are we thinking when we call it The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere!

OMM's Running Index for 2010

Presented in reverse chronological order....

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