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Word around the PF Blogosphere
Posted By Jim On 05/26/2006 @ 6:46 pm In Personal Finance | No Comments
Seems like posts about how to save money on gas have slowed down but there’s still some good info out there:
Flexo reviews MSN’s six steps to becoming your own boss. The first one involves getting some experience .
Nickel starts investingating what’s necessary to take a home office deduction . The comments, from other bloggers, are particularly helpful in clarifying some of the sticky wickets.
JLP writes about the hazards of ARMs . With the way rates have been increasing lately, you’d have to be insane to consider an ARM. Rent instead!
MBH discusses an MSN article about raising the minimum wage  and the potential unintended consequences.
FMF talks about identity theft stats with the first one being $422, the average loss per theft . There are other interesting stats in that article too and they’re pretty surprisingly low.
Finally, if you’re a personal finance blogger and you’re looking to connect with other bloggers to trade tips on blogging, monetization, etc; consider stopping by the Money Blog Network Forums . We’ve been actively discussing a lot of topics and you never know what you’ll learn!
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 getting some experience: http://www.consumerismcommentary.com/2006/05/23/six-steps-to-being-your-own-boss-part-1/
 take a home office deduction: http://www.fivecentnickel.com/2006/05/24/the-home-office-tax-deduction/
 hazards of ARMs: http://allthingsfinancialblog.com/2006/05/25/jeff-brown-on-the-hazzards-of-adjustable-rate-mortgages-arms/
 raising the minimum wage: http://www.mightybargainhunter.com/2006/05/25/raising-the-minimum-wage/
 average loss per theft: http://www.freemoneyfinance.com/2006/05/identity_theft_.html
 Money Blog Network Forums: http://forums.moneyblognetwork.com
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