Friday Gathering: The Yankees are probably going to win it again Edition

By Stew

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Here are some articles that I like this week. I hope you find something to think about!

Craig Ford at Moolanomy asked should parents have a financial double standard for sons and daughters? I have both.

Mighty Bargain Hunter is worried that the new credit card legislation will result in higher costs for responsible credit card users. He might be over reacting, but the history of government interference in private enterprise is not good. It almost always has unintended consequences.

Patrick at Cash Money Life helps us find the best rates on a Roth IRA.

Peter at Bible Money Matters reveals his low cost television set-up. When I was a kid, my parents had a low-cost television arrangement as well. It was called “read a book”. Not sure that will work for my kids . . .

Madison at My Dollar Plan just joined a credit union.

Mr. Cheap at 4Pillars believes that working with computers nerds might require some understanding.

Green Panda Treehouse warns against being taken by modeling scams. I feel pretty sure that if someone ever offered to buy pictures of me, I would know it was a scam.

That’s the list! Enjoy your weekend and remember, don’t just spend money, spend time with family.

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5 Responses (including trackbacks) to “Friday Gathering: The Yankees are probably going to win it again Edition”

  1. Green Panda Says:

    Thanks for the mention!

  2. Peter Says:

    thanks for the link! I like that low cost TV setup called “read a book”. My parents had that one too. :)

  3. Craig Ford Says:

    Thanks for including my article posted at Moolanomy. I did learn that people are saying the expectation for brides family to pay is no longer traditional. Hmmm. I guess it depends on your circle.

  4. Susie G Says:

    Ha ha, Stew! They will offer to buy photos of your adorable children, causing you to think “Finally, someone noticed my kids are superior!!” Watch out!
    I also noticed people saying the bride’s family isn’t expected to pay anymore, which i have not observed in practice …

  5. mbhunter Says:

    Thank you for the link!