Best of Credit Cards and Saving Money Charity Edition

by Guest on December 10, 2010

Best of Credit Cards and Saving Money Ideas EditionThis week's edition of the Best of Credit Cards and Saving Money is once again a bit rushed. I spent the better half of the past week trying to come up with some ideas to raise money for the charity Homes for Our Troops. As the name indicates, they help build and optimize homes to make them handicap accessible for injured veterans. It is a great charity and if you're thinking about any end of the year donations, do consider them. 

If you'd like to help out, I am donating $10 up to $1000 every time someone tweets the following: Pls RT @cardwisdom Donating $10 up to $1k to charity for all RT’s. Learn more My goal is raise awareness for the cause at a time when people are considering end of the year donations. 

And now onto this weeks selected personal finance articles articles.


MoneyThinking presents Tech Buys on a Budget | Money Thinking over @ at Money Thinking.

PT presents Tips for Sticking to a Budget over @ at Prime Time Money.

Sarah Willoughby presents Cashed up for Christmas? over @ at Sarah Willoughby Chartered Accountant.

Madison presents Inexpensive Christmas Gifts for Coworkers and Teachers @ My Dollar Plan.

Credit Cards

Michael presents Sony Card From Capital One $50 Gift Card over @ at Consumerism Commentary

Silicon Valley Blogger presents Discover Cards for Students over @ at The Digerati Life.

Tim Chen presents Citibank Forward: Best Rewards Credit Card For Urbanites over @ at NerdWallet Blog – Credit Card Watch.

Deb presents How Much Does Your Credit Card Cost You

Credit Scores

Michael Pruser goes over the ins and outs of the Fair Credit Reporting Act over @ Doughroller.

Clair Schwan presents Credit Scores – One Perspective | SELF RELIANCE WORKS over @ at SELF RELIANCE WORKS.


Jane Sanders presents Holiday Deals: Not as great a deal as you've been lead to believe over @ at Debt Management.

Randall Davidson presents 277 Ways to Save Money over @ at Transcription Blog.

Personal Finance

Pinyo presents How to Protect Yourself from Debit Card Overdrafts over @ at Moolanomy.

Rosa Wilson presents Change of Address: 10 Mistakes First Time Home Buyers Make over @ at Change of Address.

Doug Warshauer presents The Top Ten Rules of Personal Finance and Why They Are No Use to Anyone over @ at Doug Warshauer Blog.

David de Souza presents The Top 10 Things To Know About Income Tax When Leaving The UK over @ at UK Tax Blog.

Saving Money

Boomer presents Christmas Shopping Online over @ at Boomer & Echo.

Jim Wilkerson presents Choose Mature Noload Mutual Funds over @ at Best No Load Funds.

Thanks to those who have been supporting the Carnival and it was nice to read some new entries this week. Look forward to hearing from you all next week. is an independent, advertising-supported comparison service. receives compensation from the credit card issuers whose credit card offers appear on the website. The compensation may impact the order in which they appear within listing categories. does not include the entire universe of available credit or financial offers. Our editors rate credit cards objectively based on the features the credit card offers consumers, the fees and interest rates, and how a credit card compares with other cards in its category. The Editor's Picks credit cards are the expert opinion of our editors, and not influenced by any remuneration this site receives from card issuers.
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