Today is the NFL home opener for the San Diego Chargers and I can’t watch the game. Nope, the Chargers didn’t sell enough tickets by Thursday so the game is not being televised for the first time since November 2004.
So, although not happy about the situation I’ve decided to make the best of it and maybe work on the blog a little this afternoon. I’ll try not to pout but no guarantees.
My Journey to Millions advises not to use automated will kits. Read more to find out the downside.
Can you imagine a $168 cheese sandwich. Len Penzo shares what this expensive offering can teach us about hype and value.
Watson, Inc. asks if competent kids need an inheritance. I understand his point but think it pertains mostly to very wealthy people. Most of us will be happy if we have a comfortable retirement and still have anything to leave.
Giving is not just an act of the rich. Squirrelers discusses two examples of how anybody can be generous.
Go Banking Rates shares the origins of a few common personal finance sayings including my favorite, “bringing home the bacon“.
There is never enough information on baby boomers (tongue in cheek) and Consumer Boomer brings us 15 online resources for baby boomers.
Funny About Money shares what the fear and loathing in Americais really about with a personal story.
School’s started and it’s time to think about the the holidays. Christian PF has 7 thing to do today to get ready for Christmas.
Canadian Finance Blog shares what is a price to earnings ratio. You should understand this concept before investing in stocks.
The news this week that poverty is increasing in America was not good and Buy Like Buffett writes about how it relates to loss of income.
Carnival of Personal Finance #274 – I Love New York Edition @ Danielle Liss.com
Yakezie Personal Finance Carnival – The Millionaire Nurse Edition @ Millionaire Nurse Blog
Canadian Finance Carnival #2 @ Canadian Finance Blog
Sherpa Picks @ Cash Flow Sherpas
Link Love: Overdue Edition @ Girl With the Red Balloon
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