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Ringing in the New Year with the Carnival of Personal Finance

Connie Prater

My blog exploring the likelihood that frugality and saving habits are here to stay made the New Year’s edition of the Carnival of Personal Finance.

A blog carnival features a collection of blogs written about specific topics. Each week, a different blogger acts as carnival host, selecting the best blogs from among those submitted and including them in a roundup.

This week’s personal finance host, Sustainable Personal Finance, chose several blogs that look toward key decisions about taxes, investing and work that consumers will have to make in 2011.

It’s worth a look.

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