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17 December 2010

Carnival Midway from The Jerk Welcome to this Friday, December 17, 2010 edition of On the Moneyed Midways, where each week, we present the best posts we found among the best of the past week's money and business-related blog carnivals!

This will be the final regular edition of On the Moneyed Midways for 2010, as we'll be away through the holidays. The final editions of OMM for 2010 will then appear in the first week of January 2011, where we'll reveal both The Best Blogs We Discovered in 2010 and celebrate The Best Posts of 2010!

And that can only mean one thing - we'll also be awarding our top honor The Best Post of the Year, Anywhere!

Our final roundup for the year, and the final entries into our annual contest, is ready for your review below. See you next year!...

On the Moneyed Midways for December 17, 2010
Carnival Post Blog Comments
Best of Money Will Someone Please Tell the World that There's a Difference Between Income and Wealth? Free Money Finance Can't tell the difference between income and wealth? If that's you, you're likely to set FMF off on a rant like nobody's business! And if you're Forbes magazine, you might want to try not killing off one of your devoted readers because you can't get it right!...
Carnival of Debt Reduction What Happens to Your Debts When You Die? Cash Money Life We've heard how death and taxes are inevitable, but what about death and debt? Ryan Guina explains what your heirs can expect if you haven't gotten your debts haven't expired by the time you do!
Carnival of Personal Finance Make Money Shopping at CVS and Walgreens The Penny Hoarder Have you heard of the "drug store game?" The one that might let you load up on a ton of stuff at pennies on the dollar, which you can then turn around and sell for a profit? The Penny Hoarder provides the game's rules....
Cavalcade of Risk Weight and Mortality: Fear Not, It's Not that Bad Disease Management Care Blog Jaan Sidorov scans the headlines for reports indicating that while having a high BMI might be correlated with a higher relative hazard of dying, it might not mean that a high BMI person's absolute risk of dying is significantly higher. The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere!
Festival of Frugality Toyota Millionaires vs Mercedes Millionaires Watson Inc Roshawn Watson considers the differences between millionaires by what kind of cars they drive.

OMM's Running Index for 2010

Presented in reverse chronological order....

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