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Bimbi’s Going Green

Boom!  Clap! Clap!  Here comes the wondrous Money Soldiers Blog Carnival No. 7.

Did you know that when you submit your article more than once, your article gets automatically deleted?  Why waste such a golden opportunity to be part of this wondrous blog carnival?

A lot of people submitted more than once and were fed to the lions.  You made the lions happy except baby lion, Bimbi.  Bimbi had a tummy ache because of too much meat and he’s now switching to a vegetarian diet.

To those who made it alive, thank you for joining the carnival.  We love your articles.  They’re wondrous.

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“Hi, Money Soldiers.  My name is Bimbi and I’m gonna be a vegetarian”.  Baby Lion by Design and Photography, on Flickr.  This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

Editor’s Pick

Marvin presents People Are Funny About Money posted at Brick By Brick Investing, saying, “Addresses the harsh reality that we do not talk about money as much as we should.”

Bryan presents Best Short Term Investments posted at Gajizmo, saying, “Even multi-billion dollar corporations are always trying to maximize the returns of their cash and short term investments, so why shouldn’t you?  Here is a comprehensive list of all your short term investment options, from money market market accounts and Treasuries to “I-Bonds” and property tax certificates.  Find where you feel comfortable parking your cash for the short-term before you invest it at higher yields.”

Other Great Articles to Check Out

Personal Finance Beat presents How to Invest in Dividend Stocks posted at Personal Finance Beat, saying, “How to invest in blue chip, dividend stocks to earn consistent, passive income.”

Rachel Frishe presents Why should I switch to Xero? posted at Virtual Techniques, saying, “Xero offers an efficient, collaborative environment for bookkeeping and account with robust reporting and excellent customization options.”

Maryanne Williams presents 20 Ways to Save on Your Child’s Next Birthday Party posted at Share a Nanny, saying, “Celebrating the anniversary of your child’s birth is a momentous occasion, but it’s also one that can quickly become prohibitively expensive.”

gmeinna presents Getting A Loan For Your Business: 20 Questions Bankers Will Ask posted at BobbyFinance.

John Schmoll presents Why You Should Just Say No to Refund Anticipation Loans posted at Frugal Rules, saying, “Refund Anticipation Loans are marketed as a way to get your tax refund quicker and just in a few days. The main problem is that they’re full of fees as well as the desire to spend the money once received.”

Sheri presents Need Help Making a Budget? The Buck Stops Here posted at Sheri Otto, saying, “This post gives guidance to those seeking to put themselves on a budget once and for all. Learn what steps to take and what resources are needed to manage your personal finances.”

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of Money Soldiers Blog Carnival using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

Jesse Fin

Jesse worked as a journalist for a large tv station in Korea in her past life. She now works full time at home as a blogger and loves to help her friends manage their personal budgets.

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Brick By Brick Investing | Marvin - February 25, 2013

Thank you for hosting and including my article!

    Arnel Ariate - February 25, 2013

    You’re welcome, Marvin.

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budgeting money | The Budget School - March 24, 2013

Thanks for the mention! There’s a great line up of articles here. I especially like John Schmoll’s post on Refund Anticipation Loans. I despise hidden fees. I realize that our society isn’t set up to warn us of these things. Good looking out Frugal Rules!

    Arnel Ariate - March 26, 2013

    Hi, Sheri. You’re welcome.


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