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July 23, 2010

Carnival Midway from The Jerk Welcome to the Friday, July 23, 2010 edition of On the Moneyed Midways, where we've gathered the best posts from the past week's money and business-related blog carnivals just for you!

We have to admit that we're swamped this week, so we'll just get straight to this week's edition of OMM.

The best posts we found in the week that was begin... now!

On the Moneyed Midways for July 23, 2010
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Best of Money Too Big to Stop Failing Control Your Cash Betty Kincaid and Greg McFarlane compare and contrast the impact of the twin disasters caused by BP and Fannie Mae. Absolutely essential reading!
Carnival of Debt Reduction What I Have Learned About Medical Bills Miss Bankrupt Christina, who knows a thing or two about being deeply in debt and having little-to-no money, lists the things you can do to take care of your medical bills if you find yourself in similar financial straits. The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere!
Carnival of HR Salary Inflation II Talent In China Frank Mulligan knows China the way few people do - from the HR perspective! Here, he considers the demographic and legal changes that are behind the growing incomes of Chinese workers.
Carnival of Money Stories Dating in College When You're Broke - Is It Possible? Green Panda Tree House MD navigates the dating scene in college to find ways to add value to the experience without spending money many college students just don't have.
Carnival of Personal Finance The Pros & Cons of Credit Unions Foreigner's Finances Austin Morgan identifies what's good and not-so-good about credit unions in considering their value to banking service consumers.
Festival of Frugality Rent vs Buy: Tools, Textbooks, Caskets? Budgets Are Sexy Should you buy or should you rent? Guest blogger Go Banking Rates identifies where to draw the line for things like textbooks, tools, evening gowns, prom dresses and, yes, caskets….

OMM's Running Index for 2010

Presented in reverse chronological order....

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