Food For Thought – Articles From My Blogroll – Paying Debt, New Cars, ADHD, ETFs

Here are my favorite posts from the past week.

From the Money Blog Network:

Mighty Bargain Hunter (with a post after my own heart) suggests that you add a windfall to your debt snowball.  Yes!

AllFinancialMatters has issues with “Americans For Fairness In Lending”.

Blueprint For Financial Prosperity offers up a very unique bargaining technique – play pretend!

Consumerism Commentary suggests that when buying a rental property, it pays to stay close to home.

Five Cent Nickel has information about Vanguard’s Voyager Services.

Free Money Finance has 5 reasons for why ETFs are better than Mutual Funds.  (I’m an ETF-guy, myself.)

Get Rich Slowly deals with that ‘new car itch’.  (My wife and I are thinking about a ‘newer-car’.)

From My Blogroll:

Blogging Away Debt manages to combine Quicken and joke telling – contest time!

Clever Dude is paying off debt at a very rapid pace.  Great job!

Adult ADD has an interesting post about ADHD and money issues.

Generation X Finance asks, “Do You Have A Will?“.

Lazy Man And Money has ideas for a lazy portfolio.

Money Smart Life writes about television, the time we spend in front of it, and what else we could be doing.

Money, Matter, and More Musings has an EXCELLENT personal finance checklist – poll.  (Why didn’t I write this post?  Great job, MMM!)

The Digerati Life scares me to death with a post about inflation. 🙂

The Sun’s Financial Diary compares 4-Week T-Bills and online savings accounts.

My Two Dollars is having a contest – leave a comment and you could find a Warren Buffett book in your mailbox.

My Money Blog (a daily ‘must-read’ for me) writes about passive income.

From the Carnivals and Festivals:

Money, Matter, and More Musings hosted this week’s Carnival of Personal Finance.

Mr. Credit Card hosted this week’s Carnival of Debt Reduction.

No Credit Needed (that’s me) hosted the Festival of Frugality.