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A Week's Worth At PFBlog Network #13

Contributed by mm | June 27, 2005 11:38 AM PST

Week 13 at PFBlog Network comes with some especially good posts. Enjoy!


Bloggers' Personal Stories

• Jim ran some math to figure out how one can rely on himself if both social security and corporate pension plan fail.
• Nickel starts to prepare a will for his family and will move on to an estate plan.
• FMF is frustrated with Sam's Club's ill-designed marketing.
• Nickel is another satisfied customer who takes advantage of free rebates from Citi's Credit Protector program.
• Arbee participated in the ESPP and decided to flip the stocks to secure gains.
• MM is facing a difficult decision: whether to sell the house or hold for more gains. Follow the discussion on facts and math.


Personal Finance News and Resources

• Flexo discussed the new supreme court ruling that makes private properties vulnerable to government seizure.
• Flexo and MM both reported Google Wallet as a PayPal alternative. MM does not think Google will win the battle with PayPal/eBay.
• Some worldly wisdom from Charlie Munger, the No. 2 at Berkshire Hathaway.
• Nickel dug out a two-month free deal from Blockbuster -- if you cancel Netflix.
• How much life insurance do you need? Follow JLP's 7-step guide and find out by yourself.


Personal Finance Tips

• A complete guide from Flexo on exploiting 0% APR balance transfer deals.
Why should you bank online? Jim listed five major benefits.
• Free Money Finance gleaned some best personal finance advices from bloggers: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6.
• Want to pick up the right mortgage product? JLP gave you a quick comparison of 15/30/40-year fixed-rate mortgage and interest-only mortgage.
13 gas-saving tips from FMF.

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