Unexpectedly Intriguing!
29 June 2005

Are you interested in making and saving money? If you are, there's a new Carnival in the blogosphere that's got your number! The Carnival of Personal Finance just had it's second edition, hosted this week over at the Blueprint for Financial Prosperity. The premiere edition was hosted at Consumerism Commentary. Here are the best three posts from the first two issues:

  • Macroeconomically speaking, is it possible to get out of debt? Jon of Smart Money Daily believes it is impossible for every financial entity to be debt-free at the same time.
  • With 40-year mortages becoming more common in the marketplace, JLP of All Things Financial compares the costs of these long-term obligations with 15 and 30-year mortgages.
  • Should you pay more for shipping your online purchase faster? Nickel at FiveCentNickel has the inside scoop on how shipping really works and why you shouldn’t pay the extra charges.

If the posts above have wet your whistle for more, the next edition of the Carnival of Personal Finance will be at All Things Financial.

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