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November 26, 2010

Carnival Midway from The Jerk Welcome to this Friday, November 26, 2010 edition of On the Moneyed Midways! Each week, we present the best posts we found in the best of the past week's money and business-related blog carnivals!

It's the day after Thanksgiving 2010 and we're definitely still experiencing something of a turkey coma. That said, as we pile down black coffee before venturing out to participate in Black Friday, we'll just get right to this week's edition of OMM.

The best posts we found in the week that was follow below!...

On the Moneyed Midways for November 26, 2010
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Best of Money It’s Only a Money-Back Guarantee If You Ask For It Control Your Cash Author Greg attended a book publishing conference that promised a "100% money back guarantee" if the attendees didn't believe they got the full value of the $500 they paid to attend. Well, Greg didn't believe he did....
Carnival of Debt Reduction How to Fix a Late Payment on a Credit Card Miss Bankrupt What can you do if you miss a your credit card's payment due date? Christina walks through the steps you can take to eliminate the late fees you'll be charged and how you can avoid having it happen again.
Carnival of HR The HR Nightmare HR Ringleader A woman Michelle Berg had been forced to let go several months earlier called her at home in the middle of the night to threaten her. The story of how this negative experience became the impetus for Michelle to leave her job and to establish her own HR consulting business is The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere!
Carnival of Personal Finance Beware of Men Counting Pennies The Kitchen Sink Aloysa shares her and her friend's horror stories about men she calls "penny pinchers." For good reason, it turns out....
Festival of Frugality Is It Frugal, Stealing or Just Plain Cheap Passive Family Income Which of the following things would you consider to be frugal, stealing or just plain cheap?: Halloween candy, lowering your cable bill by threatening to switch carriers, taking coupons, regifting, sneaking food into a movie, sneaking liquor into a restaurant, claiming your child is under an age that gets a discount, returning a once-worn item and returning an item for store credit.

OMM's Running Index for 2010

Presented in reverse chronological order....

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