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17 April 2009

Carnival Midway from The Jerk Welcome to the Friday, April 17, 2009 edition of On the Moneyed Midways, where we've collected the very best reading from the best of the past week's money and business-related blog carnivals, purely for your weekend reading pleasure!

What can you learn about personal finance from a 9-year old's entry into a drawing contest? A lot more than you ever imagined, especially if you need to put your own fiscal house in order!

But then, that's the description of the post we declared to be "The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere!" Our other selections this week offer more focused insights on different aspects of money and business. All the best of the week that was, begins below....

On the Moneyed Midways for April 17, 2009
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Carnival of Debt Reduction Accountability: Sometimes You Need Someone to Slap You on the Back of Your Head Bible Money Matters Where fiscal discipline is concerned, it really helps to have someone around who can hold you accountable for your actions. Pete offers his relationship tips for getting along with that person in your life.
Carnival of HR When Does a Job Interview Begin? Fortify Your Oasis Rowan Manahan notes that a lot of people might be very surprised to find out that their job interviews have begun long before they arrive at their prospective employer's premises!
Carnival of Personal Finance What to Do with Old Cell Phones? ChristianPF Finally! Bob Lotich describes a service where you can trade your old cell phones for cash. Best money tip of the week!
Carnival of Personal Finance Augment Yourself, Not Your Resume Bargaineering Shouldn't you be more than the bullet points on your resume? Jim Wang makes a strong case against career growth by ticket-punching. Absolutely essential reading!
Carnival of Real Estate Myths That Can Sink New Real Estate Investors Real Estate Heavyweight 90 real estate "pros" got together and launched this blog to help promote their book about real estate investing. In this section, Jarom Adair takes the "easy money through real estate investing" sales force to task for the myths they push.
Carnival of the Capitalists How Would You Reach YOU? Eric.Weblog() Eric Sink delves into the mystery that is effective marketing by first placing yourself in the shoes of a potential customer and asking "how would you find out about what you have to sell?"
Festival of Frugality Learning to Love Foods You Hate: A How-To Guide for Frugal Eaters Cheap Healthy Good Kristen Swensson deploys all her sneaky cooking tricks to find ways to insert inexpensive, yet healthy foods that have bad reps into your diet.
Money Hacks Carnival How to Be a Millionaire: As Explained by a 4th Grader Prime Time Money There was no serious competition for The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere! this week, thanks to PTMoney's featuring fourth grader Jenna Fink's contest winning artwork.

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