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Weekly Roundup – 02/10/06

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Here’s what went on this past week around the MoneyBlogNetwork (and beyond)…

Jim at Blueprint suggests that we play board games to save money. I’ve recently written about this very topic (sort of) elsewhere

JLP at AllThingsFinancial continued his ‘24 Days to Better Finances’ series with a great post about buying a home. Lots of good information and links. Also be sure to check out all the other days by visiting his handy-dandy ‘24 days’ category.

Just in time for tax season, Flexo at ConsumerismCommentary wrote about tax credits for energy conservation.

FMF at FreeMoneyFinance published an informative piece on the mess that is the social security system.

Jeffrey at PFAdvice put together a list of steps to help avoid a tax audit. Also check out my series on common tax scams (part 1, part 2, and part 3), as some of these are among the fastest ways to end up getting audited.

Guess who’s debt free? NCNBlog is.

Also be sure to check out PFBlogs.org, which is an all-new ad-free personal finance blog aggregator (click here to read my thoughts on this).

Published on February 11th, 2006
Modified on March 2nd, 2006 - One Comment
Filed under: Link Love

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One Response to “Weekly Roundup – 02/10/06”

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    jim Says:

    Thanks for the top billing buddy.

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