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Starting today, the 2009 Plutus Awards are accepting nominations. The Plutus Awards are designed to celebrate the best in personal finance. In this event, like the Oscars of personal finance, feature categories like Best Savings Account, Best Credit Card, and Best Mobile Personal Finance Application. Additionally, a large portion of the awards put focus on the blogging community, with categories that feature bloggers, like Best Frugality Blog, Best Taxes Blog, and Best Personal Finance Blog for Teens and College Students.

After the nominations are collected, a panel of bloggers will choose the finalists from among the nominations, and votes will re-open to the public in order to pick winners for each category. Each winner of the blogging set of awards will receive either $20.09 (in honor of the year 2009) from Consumerism Commentary or a larger award from a sponsor.

Please take a few minutes and nominate your favorites today.

Updated February 6, 2012 and originally published December 21, 2009. 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.

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avatar Mark Hiatt

I would encourage everyone to vote for Microsoft Money. Money came on the scene years ago and served as a much-needed competitor to Intuit’s Quicken. Because of Money, Quicken became better. Because of Quicken, Money became better. This year, Microsoft has decided to pull the plug on Money and in only a couple of years will turn off the servers it needs to update stock prices, etc.

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