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The Best of December 2007

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Once again, I’m a bit late with this, but here goes…

December was another great month at FiveCentNickel, thanks in large part to contributions from readers such as yourself. I just wanted to take a moment to thank those of you who stop by and comment. If you like what you see here, keep in mind that you can have the full-text of everything that I write delivered to you via RSS or e-mail (details). Here are my favorite posts from the month of December:

» Rebalancing Your Portfolio Without Taking a Financial Hit
» Shopping for (and Buying) a New Vacuum Cleaner
» Year End Money Moves
» Thoughts on the Subprime Mortgage Bailout
» Eleven Great Books About Money
» Buying Gift Cards at a Discount
» Planning a Disney Cruise
» The Best 529 Plans, Revisited
» Clearing Out Your House for Fun and Profit
» Reader’s Choice: The Best Credit Cards
» More Credit Cards With Signup Bonuses
» More Great Books About Money
» What is the Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT)?
» Using Credit Cards to Post Bail
» Social Security Taxes in 2008
» Charities of Choice 2007

And, while it was a relatively slow month at Raising4Boys, here are some of our favorite posts from over there (subscribe):

» Kid Hack: How to Get a Kid to Swallow a Large Pill
» I Miss Snow
» Peanut Butter Rudolph Christmas Cookies

Published on January 20th, 2008 - Leave a Comment
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