First, if you haven’t yet this week, check out the latest Carnival of Personal Finance, hosted by Wide Open Wallet. There are some excellent articles this week including the host’s “Editor’s Picks,” Why Lending Club Isn’t for Most People, and Is Buying a Repossession Capitalizing on Someone Else’s Misfortune?
Now to the monthly administrative businesses.
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Top March articles
Here are the most popular articles published on Consumerism Commentary in March. If you missed them this past month, take a look.
- Your Recession Budget (by Smithee)
- Do I Qualify for a Loan Modification? (by Smithee)
- Eight Tips for Living Through a Recession
- 8 or More Ways to Benefit From the ARRA (by Smithee)
- Maytag Refrigerator Recall
- IRS Accepting Returns With $8,000 First Time Home Buyer Credit March 30
- Traditions vs. Roth IRA: An Introduction and Comparison
- Savings Account Interest Rate Roundup
- Quicken Home and Business 2009: Review and Giveaway
- Personal Balance Sheet and Net Worth: February 2009