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Facebook IPO blog gets Mother’s Day nod

Connie Prater

My blog about hoping to get in on the upcoming initial public offering (IPO) of Facebook stock was selected for the 361st edition of the Carnival of Personal Finance.

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Why women pay more for credit card interest rates makes colorful list in blog carnival

Connie Prater

Thanks to Money Talks for selecting our blog on why women may be charged more than men for credit card interest rates for this week’s Carnival of Personal Finance.

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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.

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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Flu shot blog makes Carnival of Personal Finance

Connie Prater

Last week’s blog about getting your annual flu shot at a pharmacy rather than going to your primary care physician was selected for the weekly Carnival of Personal Finance.

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Credit card-reading guitar playing at the carnival, too

Tyler Metzger

Big ups to Jeff over at the Sustainable Life Blog for including my post, “Brother, can you spare a swipe? Contactless card reading guitar unveiled,” in this week’s Carnival of Personal Finance.

My post, which details a wireless, touchless credit card accepting guitar by Barclays, is nuzzled into the ever-popular theme of Labor Day. Because what says Labor Day more than a raggedy bum asking for change and strumming “Like A Rolling Stone” in the corner of a busy intersection? Well … maybe that’s not the best example.

The holiday, according to the carnival, is “dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers.” So congratulate yourself, kick up your feet and head on over to the carnival for a short history of Labor day and loads of great personal finance articles. At least I think he was talking about the item, not me.

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