Welcome to the carnival folks! The Yakezie Carnival that is!
For those of you who don’t recognize the name, the Yakezie is a network of personal finance bloggers that I joined some time ago. It started out as a simple challenge created by Financial Samurai to improve Alexa rankings and it has taken on a life all its own.
There are about 100 of us now working together and devoted to the principles of publishing quality content and selflessly helping others.
This week I’m proud to host the Yakezie Carnival which highlights posts written by some of our members. So grab yourself some funnel cake and cotton candy and make sure you have enough tickets to enjoy the rides!
Crystal of Budgeting in the Fun Stuff talks about her adventures in blogging and announces the launching of 2 new blogs.
My Journey to Millions offers up a guest post by another Yakezie member who offers advice on choosing dividend paying stocks.
Eric from Narrow Bridge explains how student loan payments work.
Money Green Life suggests you learn about bankruptcy before filing for chapter 7 or 13.
Dr Dean discusses a recent NY Times headline in Poverty Level Is 14%: What Say You?
Craig of Money Help for Christians reviews the Moneydance personal finance program.
Kevin from Finacially Poor offers advice on how to spot online money making scams.
Ray from Squirrelers wants to know what you think of China’s emergence as an economic power.
Bucksome Boomer asks is the NFL elitist?
Barb Friedberg shares the secret to amazing life success.
Beating Broke wonders if FICO scores should be regulated.
Free From Broke mentions that myFICO Offers Credit Score With Free Trial of Score Watch.
Frugal Zeitgeist discusses jobs that no longer exist in 2010.
Financial Samurai shares the secret to early retirement.
Khaleef at KNS Financial offers tips on how to create a budget.
The Saved Quarter list the top 5 worst baby shower gifts.
Amanda from Frugal Confessions offers how to make free donations, part II
Kris at Everyday Tips and Thoughts asks what will happen when kids have to live in the real world?
Mrs Money at The Ultimate Money Blog offers some useful tips for calculating home values.
Next week’s carnival will be hosted by Personal Finance by the Book.