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Links for Tuesday, August 29

by Luke Landes

* Buying Into Crisis [Fortune]. Think you can find good opportunities after disasters? * Good Reasons to Use the Plastic [BankRate.com]. Credit cards can be a good idea for some. * Commuting Stress May Worsen Health Woes [Star-Ledger]. Long train rides create stress much like driven commutes.

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Verizon Wireless Thanking Customers, Offering 100 Free Minutes

by Luke Landes

Verizon Wireless is thanking all of its customers by giving out 100 free Anytime minutes. You can get them by filling out the required information at this apparently legitimate website. The form asks for your name, phone number, zip code, and last four digits of your social security number. But is the offer really legitimate? ... Continue reading this article…

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Weekly Blog Round-Up

by Luke Landes

Here’s what I liked this past week from the MoneyBlogNetwork and beyond. Mighty Bargain Hunter has been running a group writing project focusing on preparing for or dealing with job loss. AllFinancialMatters reviewed The Grangaard Strategy by Paul Grangaard. Five Cent Nickel talks about a jump in his electricity bill. Free Money Finance shows that ... Continue reading this article…

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BusinessWeek Online: Best Blogs for the Young and Broke

by Luke Landes

By Karyn McCormack August 11, 2006 Should you be clipping coupons or should you just stop buying “crap?” Here are some blogs to help you get real about money. Figuring out whether clipping coupons is worth the time and money saved at the grocery store may not be your cup of tea. According to many ... Continue reading this article…

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Personal Finance Blogs

by Luke Landes

Blueprint for Financial Prosperity Free Money Finance Mighty Bargain Hunter Accumulating Money Blogging Away Debt Dual Income No Kids Everybody Loves Your Money Experiments in Finance Inchoate Random Abstractions Make Love, Not Debt Making Our Way Mapgirl’s Fiscal Challenge Money Crashers My Open Wallet MyMoneyBlog No Credit Needed Our Money A Penny Saved Personal Finance ... Continue reading this article…

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Here is the Winner of The Big Money by Fred Kobrick

by Luke Landes

Earlier this week, I participated in JLP’s Question of the Day Marathon by asking about readers’ childhood experiences with money. The question received a number of great responses. To spice up the event, I added a giveaway. One lucky random commenter will receive a free copy of The Big Money: Seven Steps to Picking Great ... Continue reading this article…

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Ford Needs Gimmicks to Sell Their Cars

by Luke Landes

Ford is now offering 0 percent financing to those with bad credit. In the past 0 percent has only been available to applicants with great credit histories, but between today and September 5, Ford wants to get more people inside the dealership doors. Due to low demand for their vehicles, the company has yet another gimmick to ... Continue reading this article…

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Links for Wednesday, August 23

by Luke Landes

* How to Handle a Boss Who Takes Credit for Your Work [ComputerWorld] * Google Can Make or Break Your Company [FSB Magazine] * Your Car, the Black Box and Big Brother [CNN Money] * Savvy Negotiations for Your Future [BusinessWeek]

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