sunday link love holy economy edition

September 21st, 2008

Sunday Link Love ~ Holy Economy Edition

I may author a personal finance blog, but it is more focused on the personal part of personal finance.  I’m no expert, and I am as befuddled by the recent economic goings-ons as many of you are.  Some of you, I am sure, know more than I do.  :)   So this morning, among other things, I gathered together some links from around the personal finance blogosphere that have more insight than I do:

And here are some other articles I enjoyed this week as well:

And I haven’t been participating in carnivals lately, but I am trying to get back into the groove.  This week I have articles in the following Carnivals:

so check them out for some great personal finance and frugality reading!

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5 Responses to “Sunday Link Love ~ Holy Economy Edition”

  1. I’m not much of an expert on the goings on either, but I can tell you one thing… I don’t much care for it! ;)

    Thanks for the mention. :)

  2. I know these guys seem kind of intense in their views, but I think they’re spot on. Even if you don’t agree with their conclusions, they do give some good background info. on all of this.

    http://market-ticker.denninger.net/

    http://www.fedupusa.org/

    The way I see it, the chickens of the Debt Culture are coming home to roost. The question is, should we absorb it into our national debt?

    Frankly, I am terrified for our nation.

  3. Thanks. I liked your budgeting article too!

  4. The biggest thing ever to help our family was reading Total Money Makeover by Dave Ramsey. Not only did we cut our credit card bills in half each month, but we only took out half the amount of trash as we normal did, one can instead of two! Amazing how far a little effort goes. :)

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