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Weekly Blog Roundup, Newport and Boston Edition

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Thanks again to everyone who suggested fun things to do in Boston and Newport. I’m taking a good number of the suggestions and will report back when possible. While I’m away, I’ll be blogging, but in the chance you’d like to read some articles by some of the bloggers I enjoy, check out these.

Free Money Finance interviews Carl Heldmann, Author of Be Your Own House Contractor. Blueprint for Financial Prosperity loves index funds for three reasons. FiveCentNickel summarizes the three best 529 plans.

AllFinancialMatters has twenty invitations to the Motley Fool message boards. Now that these forums are free again, I suggest them as a resource. Mighty Bargain Hunter knows the trick to finding really good deals on housing.

Consumerist suggests checking eBay for your car’s optional equipment because your dealership may be selling parts online for less money than in store. Dough Roller reflects on 10 stupid things we say to comfort ourselves when the market dips. Finally, Lazy Man and Money warns readers not to take finances so personally.

Have a great weekend!

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Luke Landes is the founder of Consumerism Commentary. He has been blogging and writing for the internet since 1995 and has been building online communities since 1991. Find out more about Luke Landes and follow him on Twitter. View all articles by .

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