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September 8, 2006

Carnival Midway from The Jerk Welcome to this week's edition of On the Moneyed Midways, the only place on the web where you can catch up with the best posts from the ever-fracturating (our word describing the combination of fracturing and saturating) world of blog carnivals related to business and money matters. What's more, we award one post each week with the title of being: The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere!(TM)

We had hoped that the world of blog carnivals would give us somewhat of a break this week, since the Labor Day holiday should theoretically mean fewer posts per carnival as bloggers are enjoying the long weekend in the U.S. Unfortunately, the extra time off from work seems only have led to more posts at more carnivals! Scroll down for a sampling of this week's fare....

On the Moneyed Midways for September 08, 2006
Carnival Post Blog Comments
Carnival of the Capitalists Entrepreneurship, Age, and Money - Is It Better To Start Young or Wait Until You Are Older? BusinessPundit Rob May says older is better when it comes to becoming an entrepreneur - could he be right?
Carnival of the Capitalists How to Obliterate Company Morale in Under 60 Days Hit Coffee Will Truman provides eight steps management can use to more efficiently run a company into the ground.
Personal Development Carnival Learn a Dumb, Interesting Skill to Easily Impress in Social Situations Supreme Narcissism John Rozewicki finds that simple tricks can open doors otherwise closed in social settings.
Carnival of Home Based Businesses Downy Wrinkle Releaser Taks Away the Need to Iron Thrifty Mommy Household tasks, like ironing, can eat into much needed work time for a home based business - Kelly S. has a time saving tip!
Carnival of Career Intensity Changing Habits: Make Triggers Work for You Unleash Your Potential My Bubble Life shows how to put the things that trigger your habits to better use.
Carnival of Business 6 Tips for Working at Home with Children Business Opportunities Weblog Dane Carlson haw two small children and works from home 20-30 hours in any given week. See how he makes the combination work!
Personal Growth Carnival 21 Secrets to Becoming a Millionaire RadicalHop According to Peter Kua, the reason you're not a millionaire yet is because you haven't put all the "secrets" into action.
Carnival of Debt Reduction Paying Off Credit Card Debt Personal Finance Advice Jeffrey Strain weighs in on whether its better to pay off high interest credit cards or lowest balance credit cards first - on video!
Carnival of Personal Finance Watch Out for Medical Bill Mistakes! The Frugal Duchess Sharon Harvey Rosenberg spells out what steps you need to take to avoid beting hit with unwarranted charges for medical treatment.
Carnival of Taxes Employment Law and the 16th Amendment? Workplace Prof Blog Paul M. Secunda delivers background and links on the landmark Supreme Court ruling limiting what income may be taxed.
Festival of Frugality Book Review: How to Be a Budget Fashionista Young and Broke Amanda reviews Kathryn Finney's new book on how to be in style while on a budget.
Wealth Building Ideas Do the Rich Really Spend on Benzes and Private Jets? Debt Free The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere! Turns out those millionaires who are most involved in conspicuous consumption are rewarding themselves for years of living frugally (which is how they got to be millionaires!)
Festival of Under 30 Finances Retirement Planning in Your 20s (& Beyond), Part 3: Figuring Out the Nest Egg Needed Money and Values Penny Nickel works out how much cash will be needed to support the family in retirement.
Carnival of Real Estate Breaking Down a Lease Lording the Land Thinking about renting out property? Read this post first to see what you need to have in your lease!

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