Welcome to the February 9, 2017 edition of the Carnival. We have a great selection of personal finance articles that were submitted from many different personal finance blogs dealing with the topics of: Credit and Debt, Education, Investing, Real Estate, and Saving on your electric bill.
Credit and Debt
CreditCardAssist.com presents Quick Tips For Completing Credit Card Applications Online posted at Credit Cards Blog | CreditCardAssist.com.
apply4-credit presents Why Your Credit Card Application Was Rejected posted at Credit Card Applications Expert | Apply4-Credit.com.
Lauren Rose presents Never Use Copy Paste for Your Credit Card Number and Internet Explorer | No Debt Anymore .org posted at No Debt Anymore .org, saying, “Under certain circumstances, your clipboard contents from a copy and paste command can be stolen from the Internet. And that includes your credit card number!”
Abigail Perry presents Are you a frugal fire fighter? posted at i pick up pennies, saying, “When you’re on a tight budget, unexpected expenses can spiral out of control. Suddenly, you’re too busy putting out fires to cope with your overall plan — or even general duties. Then comes the self-criticism from letting things slide, which serves only to use up valuable time and energy.”
DebtLite presents What’s the Difference Between Good Debt and Bad Debt? posted at Debt Advice.
Raymond presents Second Stimulus Check For Obama 2009 Economic Stimulus Package? posted at Money Blue Book.
The Smarter Wallet presents Will The Obama Economic Stimulus Check and 2009 Stimulus Plan Save The Economy? posted at The Smarter Wallet
Investing School presents Zecco vs TradeKing Discount Brokerage Comparison Review posted at Investing School, saying, “Want to know whether Zecco or TradeKing is better? This is the comparison you need to read!”
One Family presents Our Fannie Mae (FNM) Investment – A Case Of Escaping With Minor Wounds!posted at One Family’s Blog.
Dividend Tree presents Asset Allocation is Not Enough for Portfolio Risk Management posted at Dividend Tree, saying, “Asset allocation along with the “quality of investments” is what matters the most. A standalone use of asset allocation will not help in reducing investor’s risk.”
Raily Arena presents Making Money Online Scams: Knowing the Cream from the Crop posted at Make Money Easy Online.
Chris presents House-hunting expenses and how to minimize them (part 2) posted at Home I Own, saying, “Even before you have bought a house, it can cost you money. Learn about house-hunting expenses and plan ahead.”
Joe Manausa presents Safe Home Buying Process In Tallahassee | Tallahassee Real Estate Blog posted at Tallahassee Real Estate Blog, saying, “If you have ever purchased a home, then you know how much emotion goes into the selection process. Buying a home is not like buying something off the shelf at a consumables store, rather it is a process in which we determine how we will be living our lives in the near future. A prudent buyer knows this and therefore should create a process that does not allow emotion to initiate the home selection process.”
MoneyNing presents What Everyone Ought to Know When Applying for Free Stuff posted at Money Ning, saying, “Are you taking advantage of free stuff offers? Here’s what you need to know!”
PFCreditCards presents How to Beat Priceline and Get a Winning Bid posted at PF Credit Cards, saying, “Priceline’s name your own price program is amazing. Here’s what it is and how to use it to your advantage.”
Raymond presents Best Money Market Accounts (MMA) and High Yield Bank Rates posted at Money Blue Book.
That’s all of the articles for this edition of the Personal Finance News Carnival. If you’d like to be part of our next blog carnival, please submit your blog article to the next edition of Personal Finance News Carnival using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.