This is the 169th edition of the Carnival of Debt Reduction – lots of articles about debt and the reduction of that debt. This carnival is run by the Mighty Bargain Hunter so if you are interesting in hosting – then head over to his blog and shoot him an email.
Money Ning has come up with 32 sensible tips for the holiday season.
Investing School has 25 ingenious ways to spend your time in the current financial crisis.
Christian Personal Finance wrote about another thing he learned about how the Credit Card companies are trying to squeeze out every dollar possible.
Budgets are Sexy covered a man who sold a million dollar house using a $50 lottery.
Tough Money Love wrote about Living Within Your Means and the Marital Allowance.
The Dollar Stretcher has some good suggestions for any money you have saved on cheaper gas recently.
Finance Tips has some tips to make debt management easy.
Debt Reduction Formula has some suggestions for raising your credit score.
Almost Frugal has 5 frugal tips for a clean house.
Passive Family Income wrote about paying for college.
Saving Advice presents a friendly post called how being anti-social saves me money.
Debt Free Destiny has 5 money changes to keep more of your money.
Debt Freedom Fighter presents Simple Steps For Funding Financial Emergencies.
Silicon Valley Blogger presents Money Saving Tips and A Frugal Memoir By The Frugal Duchess.
Mr. CC presents Credit Counseling And Bankruptcy.
Second child, first born presents Money and I.
PT presents How Young People Should Handle Credit Cards.
The Smarter Wallet presents Tighter Credit, Loan Limits and Credit Cards on Default: What’s Next?.
Personal Finance Analyst has investing vs paying down debt?
The Credit Toolbox presents No history is worst than bad credit history.
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