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September 3, 2010

Carnival Midway from The Jerk Welcome to the Friday, September 3, 2010 edition of On the Moneyed Midways, where each week, we bring you the best posts we found among the best of the week's money and business-related blog carnivals!

It was a slow, but great week for one big reason: the Carnival of Real Estate is back!

You can say a lot of things about people in the real estate industry, but one thing we've learned in our years of producing OMM is that a lot of real estate people have the time and the talent to write really well - and they can put out one heck of a top notch blog carnival!

So let's get right to it then! The best posts of the week that was await you below....

On the Moneyed Midways for September 3, 2010
Carnival Post Blog Comments
Best of Money How I Run My Home Based Business Christian PF Bob describes how he manages his time and how he set up shop as an LLC, discusses what tools and software he uses, and also how he banks.
Carnival of Debt Reduction How to Discharge Debt and Is It Worth It? Wealth Pilgrim Neal identifies the best way to legally discharge debts ever devised, then explains how you can discharge debt without using that method.
Carnival of Personal Finance Can't Stand the Heat? Get Into the Kitchen - But Only Long Enough to Make Iced Tea Surviving and Thriving Absolutely essential reading! Donna Freedman is working from home, in her underpants, where she is making due without air-conditioning this summer. Which is all a launching point for sharing her recipe for making tea….
Carnival of Personal Finance Motley Fool Retirement Calculator: Try Again Oblivious Investor What's wrong with using the Motley Fool's Retirement Calculator to help plan your retirement? Mike Piper says that one of it's key assumptions is faulty!
Carnival of Real Estate 5 Fun Facts About Short Sales and REOs The Real Estate Novelist Rob LeRoy's five points are: 1. Short sales aren't short, 2. There's no guarantee, 3. Banks don't care, 4. You don't know what you're getting, and 5. The Sellers are real people. Of course, there's far more to it than that, which is why you need to click through!
Festival of Frugality Money Mistakes That (Mostly) Women Make Money Ning Vered Deleeuw points out the mistakes that women make with money and offers suggestions for how to avoid them. The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere!, and don't forget to read through the comments!

OMM's Running Index for 2010

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