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Weekly Roundup – 05/26/06

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Here’s a quick look at what’s been going on around the MoneyBlogNetwork and beyond over the past week…

FreeMoneyFinance highlights a list of ways to protect yourself against high energy prices.

ConsumerismCommentary advises you to consolidate your student loans.

MightyBargainHunter talks about Ben Bernanke’s desire for banks to be more careful when extending mortgage credit.

AllFinancialMatters has been on a tear when it comes to creating finance calculators, including one that provides great insight into mortgage payments.

Blueprint for Financial Prosperity provides a list of sales tax holidays for 2006.

Raising4Boys has a report on Korea’s use of financial incentives to stimulate population growth.

Money and Investing has an interesting post about whether or not we’re (finally) entering a housing market that favors landlords.

StopBuyingCrap provides details one of the best worst credit card deals ever.

As always, I’d also like to urge you to drop by the MoneyBlogNetwork Forums to check out the latest discussions.

Published on May 26th, 2006 - Leave a Comment
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