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28 August 2009

Carnival Midway from The Jerk Welcome to the Friday, August 28, 2009 edition of On the Moneyed Midways! Here, we present the best posts we found in the past week's business and money-related blog carnivals and declare one to be The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere!

The top posts from other carnivals that come close to that level earn the title of being Absolutely essential reading! But make no mistake, every post that appears in each edition of OMM ranks as being the best post we found in the particular blog carnival.

The proof of that claim can be found by simply scrolling down and clicking the appropriate post titles. Enjoy, and see you next week!....

On the Moneyed Midways for August 28, 2009
Carnival Post Blog Comments
Carnival of Debt Reduction Debt Collection Statute of Limitations Damon Day & Associates If you're in debt and can't make good on it, how long do you need to hold out before your creditors can no longer collect damages from you in court? Damon Day provides the state-by-state information you need.
Carnival of Personal Finance Bank Fees and Billing Errors Beyond Paycheck to Paycheck Michael was shocked to find his local bank charging fees for things they never had before. Here, he tells the whole story and compares the customer service he received from the bank to that of Fedex after they made an error.
Carnival of Real Estate Las Vegas Property Auctions - Deal or No Deal? Jacqulyn Richey Jacqulyn Richey doesn't think real estate auctions offer the deals they used to when they weren't held as often, but is looking forward to two coming up in Las Vegas. Here, she offers useful advice to anyone considering participating in a real estate auction.
Cavalcade of Risk Hurricane-Proof your Roof: Insurance, Inventories and Adjusters The Roofery A very authoritative post that answers the questions of what kind of insurance do you need and what do you need to do and what can you expect after your house is damaged by a hurricane. If you live anywhere near a hurricane-ravaged coast, Chris Brooks' post is Absolutely essential reading!
Festival of Frugality Credit Crunch: Luxuries We Won't Say No To… One Advice When money's is tight, where are you unwilling to compromise? OneAdvice reviews the findings of research by British Telephone that suggests that broadband, fresh produce and mobile phone service are *the* three things people on all budgets "must-have."
Carnival of Money Stories If You Want to Get Ahead, Stop Taking This Path! Redeeming Riches Jason Top tells the story of Tom and Sue, who had some specific financial goals, but lacked the discipline to reach them. The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere!

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