Best of Credit Cards & Saving Money New Year Edition

by Guest on January 4, 2011

Best of Credit Cards & Saving Money New Year EditionFor the first 2011 edition of the Best of Credit Cards and Saving Money, I'm going to let the selections speak for themselves, mainly because I have 150 emails left to read and five days of twitter to catch up on. Next week I'll be continuing my favorite blogger series, but for now, here's to a Happy and Prosperous New Year.

Welcome to the January 4, 2011 edition of best of credit cards and saving money.

Credit Cards

Silicon Valley Blogger presents Starwood Preferred Guest Credit Card from AmEx Review posted at The Digerati Life.

Flexo presents PenFed Promise VISA Card 7.49% APR Review posted at Consumerism Commentary.

Michael presents Citi ThankYou℠ Preferred Card Review posted at The Dough Roller.

Tim Chen presents Chase Freedom – Comparing The Versions posted at NerdWallet Blog – Credit Card Watch, saying, "Chase has a few versions of the Freedom card available. In situations like this, we like to put together tables to make your life easier!"


BWL presents Netflix for Books? posted at Christian Personal Finance, saying, "A look at a new program coined as the 'Netflix for Books', but is it as good of a deal as Netflix?"

wftb presents A True Budget Wedding in San Deigo posted at Budget Wise Weddings, saying, "A look at how my stepsister actually had a budget wedding in San Diego!"

David Leonhardt presents Five Animals Teach Us Less-wasteful Dining Habits posted at Self-Help Happiness Blog, saying, "The first paragraph makes a great summary. :-)"

Saving Money

Darwin presents Energy Tax Credit 2011 – Not What It Used to Be posted at Darwin's Money, saying, "A nifty explanation of what the energy tax credit for windows, doors, furnaces and more looks like in 2011."

And that concludes this edition of the Best of Credit Cards and Saving Money. See you next week.

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