Best of Credit Cards and Saving Money Prime Edition

by Guest on December 20, 2010

Best of Credit Cards and Saving Money - Prime EditionSince I started the Best of Credit Cards and Saving Money Carnival – might be time to shorten the name – I’ve started reading a lot of personal finance blogs. Some I like, some I’m indifferent towards, and some I started reading on a regular basis. Over the next few weeks, I’m going to be writing about blogs I started reading regularly. This week, it’s PTMoney.

What I enjoy most about PTMoney is the way Phil writes about his financial decisions. He lets you see how his mind operates and does a particularly good job of citing relevant articles he’s written. When I start reading one article, I end up reading three. That’s good blogging. This week, I was reading his Year End Tax Moves – a few of which I’ll be making – so if you haven’t thought about this subject yet, it’s a good post that will get your year-end financial gears going. 

And now, onto the carnival.

Credit Cards

Flexo presents The Plum Card® from American Express OPEN 1.5% Cash Back posted at Consumerism Commentary.

Michael presents Citi ThankYou Premier Card $200 Bonus posted at The Dough Roller.

Silicon Valley Blogger presents Blue Sky Credit Card from American Express Review posted at The Digerati Life.

Janet presents Credit Card Use and Materialism posted at Credit Cards Canada.

Tim Chen presents New Citibank ThankYou Rewards Cards: Premier vs Preferred posted at NerdWallet Blog – Credit Card Watch.

Odysseas presents The Best Rewards Credit Cards For You posted at Wallet Blog

Personal Finance

MoneyNing presents When Wants Become “Needs” posted at Money Ning.

PT presents How to Review and Improve Your Auto Insurance Policy posted at Prime Time Money.

Mitch Archuleta presents I'm Afraid of Opening a Roth IRA posted at RothIRA.com.

Saving Money

Pinyo presents Save Money Giving Discounted Gift Cards This Holiday Season posted at Moolanomy.

Wise Bread presents Maximizing Rewards Programs with Points.com posted at Wisebread.

passive family income presents Frugal, Homemade Holiday Gifts posted at Passive Family Income.

Miranda presents Frugal Christmas: DIY Christmas Decorations posted at Coupon Shoebox Tips.

Darwin presents Donation Requests at the Checkout Counter Annoy Me – Do You Give In? posted at Darwin's Money.

Madison presents 8 Ways to Fix Holiday Spending Problems posted at My Dollar Plan

And lastly, I wrote a guest post for Jacob over at MyPersonalFinanceJourney.com on What are Balance Transfers. Next week, Jacob will be guest hosting the carnival there so I can take a little breather.

Thanks to all who submitted and an extra thanks to those who took the time to go back and catch up on shoutouts. Have a Merry Christmas – its a day off, so even if you don't celebrate, why not be merry anyway? – and a Happy New Year.

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