Here are a few of this week’s best articles from the Money Blog Network:
AllFinancialMatters asks “Should we give $500 to every newborn?“.
Blueprint computes whether using a 401K to save for a house is better than usingÂ a regular brokerage account.
Consumerism Commentary has 10 easy ways to save money.
Nickel writes about Zecco – a company that let’s you trade stocks – for free!Â (How do they make money?)
FMF suggests that index funds still rock.
JD has a post after my own heart – I too hate those “life takes Visa” ads.
MBH writes about the positives and negatives associated with car pooling.
Here are a few of this week’s best articles from My Personal Finance Blogroll:
MoneySmartLife gets a little “in your face” – and I love it!
GenX says that it’s time for “Gen-X” to grow up.
SVB has 15 painless ways to pay-yourself-first.
3M is interviewing for a new job.
Sun gives us the 411 – what happens to your money if Etrade goes under?
Lazy has a guest post – he’s on vacation – written by Plonkee – about being lazy!
Here are a few of this week’s best articles from My Personal Bookmarks (Non-Personal Finance):
Big Honkin’ has released Episode 6 of Geek Out Loud!
I’ve spent a few minutes reading through some of the content at Chore Buster.
Frank is continuing to produce The Overnightscape – a must-listen for me.
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