The twenty-fifth Carnival of Personal Finance  has been released over at the Frugal Underground (very well done, I like the word count twist) and this one clocks in at a hefty twenty-seven entries ranging in size from a mere 88 words to Searchlight’s entry at 1041 (I assure you, ever one of those words is worth reading).
Here are a few highlights I found interesting:
Nina of Sitting Pretty (whom I interviewed  in the PFBlogger Spotlight  series) has a fun post about her playing board games  as a child and how that translated to life today.
Future homeowners – apparently there is talk of making PMI deductible for new loans in 2007, something that isn’t permitted today. To read about it, check out Don’t Mess With Taxes  this week.
Debunking The Fallacy of Index Funds  is Dan’s entry, rounding out the Carnival, and the one I think should grab the attention of anyone taking the index-fund approach in their investing. Yes it’s over a thousand words, but it’s worth reading.