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Weekly Roundup – 04/13/07

Written by Nickel - One Comment

Here’s a quick look at some of the articles that caught my eye over the past week…

Flexo talks about renting vs. buying.

FMF talks about where people in their 40s stand (on average) with respect to their finances.

Jim talks about his experiences filing an amended tax return.

MBH talks about saving time and money when packing your lunch.

JLP has a tip for estimating your credit score for free.

Over at Raising4Boys I talked about my oldest son’s quest to buy a Nikon Coolpix L10.

My Retirement Blog talks about the disparity between dollars into and dollars out of Social Security.

Don’t Mess With Taxes talks about the ongoing tax filing wars.

Clever Dude asks whether you should still contribute to a 401(k) if you don’t get an employer match.

And finally, Cap (who’s bitter that I don’t link to him very often) talks about how to protect your consumer privacy.

Published on April 15th, 2007 - One Comment
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One Response to “Weekly Roundup – 04/13/07”

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    Blain Reinkensmeyer Says:

    Hey nickel, I plan on getting on this list in the near future! Great blog man, look forward to making it a daily read for me :)

    Hope you had a great weekend!

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