Friday Gathering: First Snow Fall Edition

By Stew

mountain snow

Here is some reading that I found stimulating this week.

Borrow From None presented a challenging analysis of Proverbs 22:7, “The rich rule over the poor, and the borrower is servant to the lender.”

Plonkee wrote about shared finances for couples who are cohabitating. I’m old fashioned when it comes to those sorts of things – I think finances work better when marriage is the foundation. Beyond that, Plonkee’s characterization of certain approaches to handling money as capitalist, communist and socialist to cause thought.

Moolanomy staff writer, Craig Ford wrote one of the best articles in the last month called 21 financial lessons learned from the financial crisis of 2008-09. Really outstanding.

Patrick at Cash Money Life gives some advice regarding the top 10 consumer complaints and how to protect yourself.

Mighty Bargain Hunter wrote an article that resulted in a personal email from one of the VP’s at restaurants.com.

Did you know that each individual player who wins the World Series will get over $300,000? The losers only earn a bonus of around $200,000. Jim at Bargaineering has all the numbers.

Have a great weekend! Don’t just spend money, spend time with family. - Article by Stew

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3 Responses (including trackbacks) to “Friday Gathering: First Snow Fall Edition”

  1. Craig Ford Says:

    Stew. Thanks for including my post at Moolanomy!
    BTW I live overseas in a tropical country and have been jealous of everyone talking about the snowfall!

  2. Patrick Says:

    No snow where we are yet, but I’m not quite ready for it. I can wait another month or so! Thanks for the mention! :)

  3. Extrabudget Says:

    Good topic

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