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11 July 2008

Carnival Midway from The Jerk Welcome to the Friday, July 11, 2008 edition of On the Moneyed Midways! Every week, we seek out the top posts from the best of the past week's business and money-related blog carnivals and assemble them here, your one-stop shop for the best reading in the business and money-related blogosphere!

This week, we found ourselves highlighting the best of those business and money-related blog carnivals! Two, the Carnival of Real Estate and the Money Hacks Carnival made the cut as being the best posts of the carnivals they represented. We'd also like to give squawkfox's a special mention for this week's "bare necessities" edition of the Festival of Frugality!

As many of these things as we read, we really appreciate when the hosts go the extra mile to deliver something more than what we expect - these three are well worth your time!

That said, the best posts from the best of the week's business and money-related blog carnivals await you below....

On the Moneyed Midways for July 11, 2008
Carnival Post Blog Comments
Carnival of Debt Reduction High Income Doesn't Necessarily Mean Financial Smarts Fabulously Broke in the City Fabulously Broke observes that the size of the income that you earn during your lifetime doesn't necessarily match up with your ability to save and increase your net worth by disciplining yourself to pay down your debt.
Carnival of HR Productivity Is a Higher Priority, but Which Initiatives Really Work? I4CP Trendwatcher Mark Vickers reveals the results of a survey conducted by the Institute for Corportate Productivity on what respondents said works best in being able to do more with less! Absolutely essential reading!
Carnival of Personal Finance The Other America - Commentary on Food Stamps and the Economy Cash Money Life The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere! Patrick watched a CBS News clip about how higher food prices are keeping food stamps from going as far, and extracts far more insight from the situation than a CBS news analyst ever could!
Carnival of Real Estate Carnival of Real Estate Transparent Real Estate We don't often feature a blog carnival as being the best post of a blog carnival, but Pat Kitano's creative use of online slide-show technology made the whole worth just a touch more than the sum of the parts!
Carnival of Taxes Our Tax Return Weighed Over a Pound My Wealth Builder If you needed any more evidence that the tax code has become too complicated, Super Saver's experience in buying the postage to mail his return ought to do nicely….
Carnival of Taxes A Very Interesting Question! Ask the Tax Pro The question: Can you cash a check from the collection plate in church? Robert D. Flach supplies the answer: "No, it's pre-meditated tax fraud" and explains why.
Festival of Frugality Everyman's Guide to $30/Month in Passive Income Quest for Four Pillars Whether you're poor and have no skills, or are poor and have some skills, or are not poor and have no skills, or perhaps are not poor and do have some skills, Mike has a way for you to get some extra cash every month without working much for it!
Festival of Stocks A Stock Market Reality Check: What Investment Risk Actually Looks Like The Digerati Life The Silicon Valley Blogger has outdone herself this time in capturing the faces of distress when the stock market turns south as well as in identifying how investors with investments at risk should deal with a stock market dive. Absolutely essential reading!
Money Hacks Carnival Money Hacks Carnival #19 - Personal Finance Destinations Money Hackers Network After the scheduled host bailed, Pinyo rose to the occasion by assembling a bare bones edition of the Money Hacks Carnival. What makes this carnival cooler than the posts contributed is that Pinyo opened the window to where many personal finance bloggers share their ideas!

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