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Weekly Blog Roundup, Warm Weather Edition

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sunny.jpgI hope everyone is getting outside and enjoying the weather this weekend, especially those of us in the New York metropolitan area. If you’ve found yourself locked in a room with only an internet connection to keep you entertained, try some of these fine personal-finance related articles from the MoneyBlogNetwork as well as other blogging friends.

Nickel reminds us that if you’re expecting a tax refund, there’s no need to file on time. The IRS will love that — that’s more time the government gets to keep and earn interest on the money they owe you.

Phil, filling in as a guest blogger at Blueprint for Financial Prosperity, presents the lowdown on homeowner associations. They’ll cut your grass for you, but you can only paint your shutters certain colors. It’s an offer you cannot refuse.

Free Money Finances shares an experience he had with Midwest Airlines. I’ve heard of Northwest and Southwest, but this one’s a new one for me. Did they do the right thing?

Mighty Bargain Hunter had his expectations shook at a hotel.

AllFinancialMatters has five obsessions.

MyMoneyBlog has been in Las Vegas, and his writing shows it. He has written several articles on gambling lately. Here he explains how there are parallels between gambling and investing.

Get Rich Slowly has a basic tip for finding a mentor: It never hurts to ask.

On Meta Best Blog Win, I wrote about what bloggers and webmasters can do to prevent their blog’s feeds from being scraped and republished by nasty thieves who are out to make money on someone else’s property.

Want to know a secret? Everyone knows about the popular page on All the cool kids are looking at the new popular page that looks at the entire past week, not just the past 24 hours.

Updated February 10, 2011 and originally published April 22, 2007.

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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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