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30 August 2008

Carnival Midway from The Jerk Welcome to this special Saturday, August 30, 2008 edition of On the Moneyed Midways, the only place you'll find the best posts from the best of the past week's money and business-related blog carnivals!

Oh, who are we kidding! If you're a longtime reading of OMM, you already know that "special" is our marketing word for "late"! And if you're a new reader, well, now you know too!

The best posts from the past week await you below!...

On the Moneyed Midways for August 30, 2008
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Carnival of Debt Reduction How Eating Baked Beans Saves Me Over 1500 Dollars a Year Engineer a Debt Free Life A lot of madsow's co-workers give him weird looks for his fondness for eating cold baked beans, but he's laughing all the way to the bank at the rate of $30 per week!
Carnival of Personal Finance Leaving the Workforce at 29: Where Do I Go from Here? My Dollar Plan Madison DuPaix is really 29 and really about to retire. And yet, she wonders how she's going to handle the transition. Absolutely essential reading!
Carnival of Real Estate What the Surprising Strength of the U.S. Dollar Is Doing to Mortgage Rates The Mortgage Reports Dan Green notes that mortgage bond rates are tracking along with the U.S. dollar, which is not only benefiting today's mortgage shopper, but is likely to benefit tomorrow's too.
Cavalcade of Risk Banking on Continued Risk in Lending Markets The Aleph Blog David Merkel charts the tightening underway in U.S. credit markets and discusses what that means for banks and borrowers.
Festival of Frugality Don't Go to a Private University Blueprint for Financial Prosperity Jim takes on his role of devil's advocate in arguing that private colleges, like Harvard, aren't worth the premium you pay for the supposed advantage you might gain in networking there!
Festival of Stocks American Water Works Co. Inc. (AWK) - Flooding Impacts Earnings ZachStocks Zach, who holds a short position in the stock, makes the case that American Water Works is likely to go lower in the near future.
Money Hacks Carnival 10 Tips To Becoming a Make Money Online Sheep Swollen Pickles Are you finally ready to MAKE MONEY ONLINE? Swollen Pickles tells you the 10 things you need to do to become an MMO sheep. Baaaaa!
Carnival of Money Stories On Money, Personal Finance and Being Judgmental Tough Money Love Mr. Tough Money Love justifies swinging his handy clue-by-four in The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere!

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