Money Soldiers Blog Carnival No. 4
The time has arrived. Merry Christmas. We hope you don’t get carried away with the holidays and overspend. Here comes the Money Soldiers Blog Carnival No. 4. We had several submissions. The articles that made it are all worth reading but we cannot help admitting we do have our favorite. Here they are:
Savvy Scot presents SALLTYE – Spend A Lot Less Than You Earn posted at Savvy Scot, saying, “A GREAT point from The Savvy Scot this week; SALLTYE – Spend A Lot Less Than You Earn.. And Here’s why”
John Schmoll presents The Plunge is Not Just For Polar Bears – Part 1 posted at Frugal Rules, saying, “Taking the plunge into self-employment is not for everyone, nor is it a decision that should be made lightly. If you have an entrepreneurial spirit, then running your own business just might be for you.”
Other Great Articles to Check Out
Andrew presents 10 Scam Free Ways to make Money Online Fast » student-finance.com.au posted at student-finance.com.au.
Kerin Gedge presents Pimp My Hundred Bucks – Part Ten posted at Kerinthian’s, saying, “Ten weeks ago I set myself the challenge of turning $100 into $500, here is the continuing saga of my “success”…”
Moyo presents How to save some money posted at Moyomamora- Inspiration, Motivation & Challenge to Exceed Higher Goals In Christ, saying, “This article explores a few ways to save money and increase cashflow.”
Justin Burnette presents Television revenue for top collegiate conferences skyrocket, do schools need the money? posted at College Football Universe – Blog.
Vytas presents How to make money trading posted at Trend, saying, “How to make money trading? I guess all of us who got fascinated by the fact that one can live trading securities asked ourselves and others the question. It sometimes seems that making profits in financial markets has become a phenomenon of ‘Loch Ness monster’ – everybody has heard about it, but who has really seen it. In the same fashion you have heard that it is possible to make money trading, but have not heard who has done it.”
Bill Smith presents Tax Avoidance By Google Raises Concerns In Europe posted at FastSwings, saying, “In 2011, Google Inc. avoided some $2 billion of income tax payments by moving its revenues to a shell company in Bermuda.”
My Money Design presents Should I Pay Off My Mortgage Early or Look for a Better Return? posted at My Money Design, saying, “Should I pay off my mortgage early or look for other opportunities with a better rate of return? What about inflation or other investment goals?”
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.