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A Week's Worth At PFBlog Network #21

Contributed by mm | August 22, 2005 9:22 AM PST

As always, PFBlog Network brings to you dozens of original articles about various aspects of personal finance every week. Here are the best from last week:


Bloggers' Personal Stories

• Nickel found he has a lot of young savers in the family as he tweaks the allowance system.
• FatBoy plays super detective in his continued investigation of The Greatest Vitamin In The World.
• Suddenly, Jim found out to filling up the naked wall is an expensive endeavor.
• Nickel hates the use-it-or-lose-it rule that governs flexible spending accounts. Here is how he recommends to make it work for employees.
• Jim won a $1.5 billion lottery and here is how things turn out.
• MM received a free lunch for being (allegedly) mistreated by PayPal.


Personal Finance News and Resources

• If you are a value investor, you will always dig out one idea or two from Berkshire Hathaway's recent holdings.
• Pay-as-you-go mobile service provider Virgin Mobile announces two new rate plans.
• Wall Street Journal gets 1stMill's vote as the best personal finance resource.
• MM argues we should not be bothered too much by the rising gas prices. After all, there is not much we can do.
• Free Money Finance's "Best Financial Book" recommendation continues.
• MM reported that a personal finance blog was sold for $2,000. Good or bad?
• Some salary surveys conclude starting salary is moving up.
• How should you think of a restaurant that mandates a service charge in lieu of tips?


Personal Finance Tips

• Here are some really good money-saving sites for your next trip to grocery stores.
• Buying an insurance does not mean you have to transfer all the risks. Sometimes, you might want to assume more risk.
• Jim's observation: Buying a House = Dating.
• What are the two dumbest ways to pay down credit card debt?

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