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July 3, 2010

Carnival Midway from The Jerk Welcome to our special Saturday, July 3, 2010 edition of On the Moneyed Midways, where each week, we read dozens of posts contributed to the best money and business-related blog carnivals to bring you the best posts we find in each!

Yes, we're back with "special" Saturday edition after a pretty long drought! For those of you finding your way to us on this Fourth of July holiday weekend, "special" is our euphemism for "late."

So we won't drag out our introduction to this week's edition any longer. The best posts of the week that was await you below!...

On the Moneyed Midways for July 3, 2010
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Carnival of Debt Reduction How to Avoid Debt Relief Scams Wealth Pilgrim Jack Reed guest posts on debt relief scams, covering debt settlement, debt consolidation and credit repair while explaining the signs you need to recognize to avoid getting taken.
Carnival of Personal Finance Checked Baggage Fees List Wanderlust Journey Will it cost you to fly with your luggage? Jim and Martha list what you can expect to have to pay when you check your bags by airline!
Festival of Frugality How to Save Money on Your Summer Vacation Go Banking Rates Lynnae McCoy gives three options for a low-cost vacation: renting a house with friends, camping, and the ever-more popular "staycation."
Carnival of Money Stories When Being Cheap Upfront Costs Big Bucks in the End Frugal Confessions Is parking on the street really a good idea compared to paying to park in a garage? That might depend on whether or not your car is likely to get towed away, as Amanda L. Grossman confesses in The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere!
Cavalcade of Risk Guardianship - A Critical Protection for Your Child Money and Risk If you have kids, Kim Luu's detailed look at what you have to think about if the worse ever happens to you is Absolutely essential reading!
Best of Money Can You Go to Jail If You Don't Pay a Debt? Bible Money Matters We've all heard of debtors' prison from history books, but Peter Anderson discovers that they're not as much a thing of the past as you might think they are. Absolutely essential reading!

OMM's Running Index for 2010

Presented in reverse chronological order....

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