Carnival of Personal Finance #115

The 115th Carnival of Personal Finance was published by one of my favorite blogs, Free Money Finance. The following articles were singled out by FMF as the best of the bunch: Smart Money Remains Fully Invested – The market hasn’t been performing too hot lately. Should you care? As I read posts of personal finance [...]

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Carnival of Personal Finance #114: Better Late Than Never!

Hello, dear readers! First, I would like to apologize for the several days between updates. I was having some PC problems that prevented me from getting any work done for four days. Now that I’m back up and running, expect a flurry of activity here at SmartMoneyDaily — check back tomorrow (and the next day [...]

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Carnival of Personal Finance #113

Another week, another Carnival — and another good one, at that. Here are some of my favorite articles from the 113th Carnival of Personal Finance, hosted by My Open Wallet. The Dough Roller offers up 10 Surefire Ways to Spend More Than You Make. A few include: Stop Tracking Your Spending: When I see a [...]

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112th Carnival of Personal Finance: Best Week Ever!

The Frugal Law Student has posted the 112th Carnival of Personal Finance, and it is a riot. Mimicking the popular VH1 show, The Best Week Ever, Brett McKay has assembled an awesome collection of personal-finance articles along with hilarious, show-inspired commentary, like: Spent all week chastising yourself for paying $1.50 for bottled tap water? (That’s [...]

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The 111th Carnival of Personal Finance: Wrap-Up

As a new writer for this site, I was very happy to have one of my articles selected for the 111th Carnival of Personal Finance! The quality of writing and the knowledge dispensed through the Carnival is truly staggering. Please visit the Carnival if you haven’t already. The theme of this Carnival was the Glastonbury [...]

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Small Steps Lead to Wealth: Carnival of Personal Finance 107

Here are my two favorite posts from this weeks Carnival of Personal Finance, hosted at has a very inspiring article for all of us who feel like it’s just too late to dig out of our cycle of personal spending and debt. “Our monthly expenses went from $6500 a month to $1200 a month. I [...]

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91 Ways to Wealth: Carnival of Personal Finance #106

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Some highlights from this week’s Carnival of Personal Finance hosted at The Digerati Life. Cash Money Life features a whitty little spin-off of the Vatican’s 10 Commandments for Driving called The 10 Commandments of Money. My favorite is #5 : Thou Shalt Not Keep Up With The Joneses (Thou Shall Not Covet Thy Neighbors Money): [...]

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