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Top Personal Finance Posts Of The Week – Happy Easter Edition

Posted April 8th, 2012 in Blog Carnival by Jeremy Waller

Happy Easter everyone!

Early on Sunday morning, as the new day was dawning, Mary Magdalene and the other Mary went out to see the tomb. Suddenly there was a great earthquake, because an angel of the Lord came down from heaven and rolled aside the stone and sat on it. His face shone like lightning, and his clothing was as white as snow. The guards shook with fear when they saw him, and they fell into a dead faint.

Then the angel spoke to the women. “Don’t be afraid!” he said. “I know you are looking for Jesus, who was crucified. He isn’t here! He has been raised from the dead, just as he said would happen. Come, see where his body was lying. And now go quickly and tell his disciples he has been raised from the dead, and he is going ahead of you to Galilee. You will see him there. Remember, I have told you.” – Matthew 28:1-7

Top Posts of the Week

Roger the Amateur Financier @ The Amateur Financier writes Thank Goodness for Health Insurance! – A discussion of why I’m happy to have health insurance now that I’m sick, and some advice to others on how to handle health emergencies

Khaleef Crumbley @ Faithful With A Few writes Roth Vs Traditional IRA: Which One Is Best For You? – Roth vs Traditional IRA is an important distinction By understanding the differences, you can increase your retirement nest egg by hundreds of thousands of dollars!

Dr. Dean @ The Millionaire Nurse Blog writes 24 Stupid Things People Do With Their Money! – Have you ever done anything stupid that cost you money? Check out my list of stupid things not to do and see how well you’re doing.

MMD @ MyMoneyDesign writes Which is Better – Term or Permanent Life Insurance? – Part 2 – Should you buy cheaper Term insurance that will expire or the more expensive Permanent insurance that is guaranteed for life? Let me share with you two real quotes I received, and we’ll crunch the numbers to figure out which one is the better alternative.

SB @ One Cent at a Time writes What is Obama Care and How Does it Affect Us? – In-depth analysis of President Obama’s health care reform bill, fondly called Obamacare. Is it going to change the present health care chaos around us, or it’s blow to your freedom and liberty?

Busy Exec @ The “Busy Executive” Money Blog writes 5 Important Ways to Track Your Financial Progress – How many different ways do you track your financial progress? Not different programs. I use a series of views. They are instrumental for my peace of mind and awareness.

Karl @ Cult Of Money writes Spring Training for your Money – The point of spring training for baseball is so that players can shake the rust off after a long off-season, work on their fundamentals, and lets coaches evaluate what players will work best on the baseball team. I’ve written with the baseball analogy with respect to fantasy baseball before. If you follow the same process for real baseball and have a spring training for your money, you’ll be ready for opening day too. Just remember though, there’s actually no off-season for your finance

Earth and Money @ Earth and Money writes Stop Price Shopping for Groceries Now! – For most people, going to multiple grocery stores to take advantage of sales on different items is a complete waste of time and resources.

Jason P. @ One Money Design writes How to Dress Well on Less - A woman’s wardrobe can often get quite costly; however, it does not have to be so. A lady can dress well on less!

Darrow Kirkpatrick @ Can I Retire Yet writes Concentrating in a Single Investment or Asset Class: How Much is Too Much of a Good Thing? - How much is too much of a single investment or asset class? This is an interesting question and not one that you’ll find an easy answer to from the usual financial sources. There probably is no definite answer, without modeling all the details of an individual situation, if then. But there is a lot that can be said on the larger topic of what is adequate diversification.…


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7 Responses so far.

  1. Thanks for the inclusion!

  2. CultOfMoney says:

    Thanks for including my post this week, I appreciate you effort in hosting too!

  3. Dr Dean says:

    Thanks for the carnival and for including my post.

  4. He has risen indeed!!!

    Thanks for including my post!

  5. Here’s hoping you had a wonderful, wonderful Easter. Thanks very much for including my post. (Double thanks for listing it first; that’s quite an honor!)

  6. Happy Easter! I love that you included that passage!

  7. A bit late to the party, but thank you for including my post! Much appreciated!

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