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18 July 2008

Carnival Midway from The Jerk Welcome to the Friday, July 18, 2008 edition of On the Moneyed Midways! We seek out the top posts from each of the best of the past week's business and money-related blog carnivals and collect them here, your single destination for the best reading in the business and money-related blogosphere!

Quite simply, OMM reviews hundreds of posts contributed to blog carnivals every week to bring you the best of each. But more than that, we also identify The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere!, our designation of the post that combines some of the best writing with a highly engaging topic. Other posts that stand out from the pack earn the title of being Absolutely essential reading!

And regardless of these titles, all posts selected for OMM represent the best of the blog carnival where we found them! Speaking of which, the best posts of the week that was are awaiting you below....

On the Moneyed Midways for July 18, 2008
Carnival Post Blog Comments
Carnival of Careers Creating a Portfolio Career Slow Down Fast What if, instead of one regular job, you worked a number of part-time jobs? David B. Bohl argues that you could find greater security and stability by doing just that!
Carnival of Debt Reduction How Do I Sell My Stuff: Part I - Determining What You Can Sell In Debt Because I Like Nice Things Tired of the clutter in your life? If so, Twigger's post on how to identify things you can sell vs things you ought to just throw away might be pretty valuable!
Carnival of Personal Finance Not-So-Slacker Insurance II: …And I Love My HSA Blue Jeans Millionaire The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere! Christine talks through how she chose between the different health care plans available through her work.
Carnival of Real Estate How Far Would You Go to Show a Property? VA Real Estate Talk If you're a Realtor looking to make a deal, would you break and enter into a listed home for sale to show it to your clients? Cindy Jones explains a situation she encountered….
Carnival of Trust The More Meetings, the Less Trust Slow Leadership Did you ever wonder why you have so many meetings at work? Carmine Coyote answers that comes down to a lack of trust between people working at the company in Absolutely essential reading!
Cavalcade of Risk Disability Ratings with a Heart of Darkness Workers Comp Insider Jon Coppelman tells a story of how political connections and extreme corruption work to undermine the businesses that insure against risk in Zimbabwe and make the country uninsurable.
Money Hacks Carnival The Undeniable Pet Insurance Value for Your Life Where will the money come from for treatment if your pet falls ill or is injured? Veterinarian Amanda Milne outlines the ethics and options.
Carnival of Money Stories Benefits of Working at a Fast Food Restaurant Harvesting Dollars Lots of snooty people look down on "fast-food" jobs for teenagers. Todd lists why they're essential to developing successful real-world business skills.

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