Welcome to another edition of weekly roundup. I love blogging and read tons of blogs a week. Presenting few of the posts worth mentioning.
9 Ways to Save Money on Electricity – At Million Ways to Save
Can Couple really Afford Luxury cars at Gen Y Finances
The Case Against Passive Investing – At Blog My Money
Would You Accept Government Food Assistance If You Won The Lottery? Asks Financial Samurai
Play your finances like a video game at Cult of Money
Does One Million Dollars Make You Rich? at Cash Flow Mantra
How to Really Retire Early…..Really at Good Financial Cents
See Debt Run discussed Gas Sure is Expensive!
Small Budget Big Dreams talked about the TV show House Hunters in her post HGTV, We’re in a Fight!
Evolving Personal Finance wrote about The Financial Implications of Dropping One Car
The Single Saver talked about why Customer Service is Important!
Darwin’s Money wrote about Apple is the World’s Whipping Boy for Worker Conditions, Jobs, Profits – Fair?
Weekly reviews around the blogosphere
We could only find four reviews this week. Request to other bloggers out there to give a shout out to me in comment, twitter or mail when you review a product.
Invest it Wisely reviews H&R Block Canada.
Young and Thrifty review the book Findependence Day
20’s Finances reviews FiPath Express roll over Center.
One Cent at a Time also reviews FiPath ERC extensively. FiPath ERC product review
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