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84th Carnival of Personal Finance

I’m happy to present, for your reading enjoyment, a ridiculously long 84th Carnival of Personal Finance. You may have expected Five Cent Nickel to host this particular edition but earlier this week he asked that we swap hosting positions so you can see his rendition next week.

The Carnival has grown tremendously from its first edition on June 20th, 2005 when thirteen bloggers participated (I was the first, so ha!) and today we have more submissions than I care to count and it’s grown to the point where I don’t think I’ll be able to do anything clever or interesting with it and still be able to enjoy my weekend. I’ve enjoyed my time hosting the Carnival, my first time being the 2nd Edition that featured a svelte eight entries – I read every single one. I really enjoyed the 47th Edition where I put together a map of the entries (in my opinion, my crowning achievement in hosting any carnival)… but this week there were just too many entries this will mark my final appearance as host of the CoPF. I feel that with the sheer number of submissions, I’d be doing the carnival and its submitters a disservice by continuing to host and doing a list of links as you’re about the see.


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Carnival of Personal Finance #21

Greetings and salutations! Welcome to the 21st Carnival of Personal Finance. Started a mere twenty-one weeks ago by the inimitable Flexo of ConsumerismCommentary, this Carnival seeks to quench your thirst for personal finance musings and this week is no exception. With a veritable cornucopia of contributions (twenty seven to be exact, I missed one before!), I invite you to sample them all.

For a list of past Carnivals and a schedule of upcoming Carnivals, visit the birthplace of the Carnival of Personal Finance. I’ve also had the pleasure of hosting the 2nd Edition and 9th Edition of the Carnival.

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Carnival of Personal Finance #9

Welcome to the Ninth Carnival of Personal Finance! This week we have seventeen articles from all corners of the personal finance blogosphere. Topics range from a commentary on flexible spending accounts to a emergency funds to even one about getting yourself organized. There’s something for everyone in this Carnival. For those of you new to these Carnivals, read about this one and this schedule of past and future personal finance carnivals. (I’d also like to thank Glenn Reynolds and Instapundit for the continued support of our humble Carnival, and TLLB’s ÜberCarnival)

Enjoy all seventeen articles this week!

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Carnival of Personal Finance #7

The seventh edition is available at In Cash Flow We Trust (great name!). Here are the ones I think you really shouldn’t miss:

Moneywise (The Real Returns) has a good brief article doing the math on how you’re losing money when you invest in some treasuries when you take into account taxes and inflation. This sort of thinking is critical in investing because people typically don’t take into account inflation when they make decisions.

While Maryland isn’t on the list, Nickel has a comprehensive list of the upcoming tax-holidays including what is exempt. It’s the most explanatory one I’ve seen out there.

In a throwback to my psychology classes, Dawn talks about store layouts (According to Real Simple Magazine) and it’s a definite read for those of you pocket psychologists.


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Carnival of Personal Finance #2

Welcome to Blueprint for Financial Prosperity and the second Carnival of Personal Finance! Started last week by the esteemed Flexo at Consumerism Commentary, this Carnival is designed to highlight the cream of the crop of articles published by your favorite personal finance bloggers this past week. To hear Flexo’s words and his introduction, read this entry. For a future schedule of the Carnivals and their hosts, read this entry. While this article has been published, we are still taking submissions until midnight tonight (Monday) and add them as they come in, so if you were on vacation this weekend and want to put in your post, let me know. Thanks!

Flexo from Consumerism Commentary, site of the first Carnival of Personal Finance, crosses the wire first with his article on Eminent Domain Rules Officially Changed. It’s been big news these days with the recent 5-4 ruling by the Supreme Court effectively expanding the rules under which eminent domain can be exercised. It’s scary and you should read this article.

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