Here’s what been happening in the personal finance blogosphere this week, starting with the MoneyBlogNetwork.
Mighty Bargain Hunter, who is hosting next week’s Carnival of Personal Finance, has calculated whether it is better to lend money through prosper.com or deposit the funds in an ING Direct account.
JLP from AllFinancialMatters evaluates fixed immediate annuities.
Free Money Finance is thankful for a number of things, not least of which is KFC 3-piece meals.
Five Cent Nickel has maxed out his Flexible Spending Account this year before the end of the first six months.
And as you’ve probably heard — the rumors are spreading around the office — Jim from Blueprint for Financial Prosperity steals supplies from his employer.
My Open Wallet has observed that the middle class is declining in New York City and references an article in the New York Times.
Ka-Blog points out an interesting measurement of financial security, the nest egg score.
Tired but happy (who favors APA-style capitalization for article titles, from what I hear) wonders if you could live on what you pay your nanny. I don’t have a nanny, so… no.
Have a great weekend! If you’re looking to keep up your personal finance reading over the weekend, check out pfblogs.org.
Updated February 6, 2012 and originally published June 23, 2006. If you enjoyed this article, subscribe to the RSS feed or receive daily emails. Follow @ConsumerismComm on Twitter and visit our Facebook page for more updates.