Weekend Roundup and MoneyNing Quoted in the New York Times

by David Ning · 10 comments

moneyning quoted in the new york times

One of my readers congratulated me on being quoted on the New York Times recently. With more and more people starting to look at blogging as a source of insightful information, there is no doubt that blogging is becoming main stream.

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It’s always enjoyable to read great personal finance articles and this week offered plenty.  Here are a few that I’d like to hightlight.

  • The Simple Dollar shares with us how he and his wife got on the same page financially.
  • My Two Dollars asks a question on a decision we make constantly – How Do You Decide to Tip or Not?
  • Canadian Capitalist teaches us how we should choose a financial adviser, great advice whether we are Canadian or American.
  • With the interest rate so low, The Digerati Life helped me find a good savings option: The WaMu online savings account with 3.3% yield.
  • Squawkfox has a huge list of reasons why we should use reusable shopping bags.
  • Blunt Money’s grandmother was always prepared with extras and now Blunt Money is emulating her.  What a great feeling to know that you won’t run out of things.
  • Four Pillars lets us in on his secret to getting anything he wants.
  • Unlike last week’s tip to get a free book, you can definitely still get in on this one.  Clever Dude is giving away a free book and all you have to do is leave a comment.
  • Blueprint discusses four reasons to shop at the farmer’s market.  Support the locals.
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