Isn’t it strange that we have decided that the best way to celebrate the birth of a humble carpenter is to buy expensive gifts, lavishly decorate our homes and max out our credit cards?
Here are a few of my favorite posts from the Money Blog Network –
Please Don’t Use A Loan To Purchase Christmas Gifts – a post by All Financial Matters.
Amazon Price Drop Policy – a post by Blueprint For Financial Prosperity.
Republicans Tax Plans and Democrats Tax Plans – posts by Consumerism Commentary.
Eleven Great Personal Finance Books – a post by Five Cent Nickel.
What You Need To Know About Writing A Will – a post by Free Money Finance.
Tackling Debt Without Using A Home Equity Loan – a post by Get Rich Slowly.
Copper Pennies May Soon Be Scarce – a post by Mighty Bargain Hunter.
Here are a few of my favorite posts from my Blogroll –
Carnival of Personal Finance – a post by Money Smart Life.
Core Asset Allocation Poll – a post by Gen X.
15 Products That Save Money, Time, And Space – a post by Lazy Man.
Appreciating The Value Of A Product – a post by Money, Matter, and More Musings.
Zecco Promotion – a post by The Sun’s Financial Diary.
Learning To Invest – a post by The Digerati Life.
Money Mistakes Credit Cards – a post by My Two Dollars.
2007 and 2008 Goals – a post by Paid Twice.
3 thoughts on “Christmas And Credit – Plus, A Stroll Through My Blogroll”
I think the gifts and credit have very little to do with carpenter in question. 🙂 Thanks for the links!
I dig the Amazon price drop policy. It’s great to see that an online retailer is offering this and not just the brick and mortar stores.
Thanks for the link! Have a very merry “no credit” christmas yourself! 🙂
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