Welcome to today’s Best of Money Carnival, which is unique in that it features the best money-related posts submitted for the week. (Thanks to all those who submitted.) With 54 submissions, choosing the top ten was tough, but here we go:
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If you are thinking of buying a condo now, you’re not alone. Real estate is cheap and condos are about the least-cost method you can use to get into the market. But when you buy a condo, you might be opening a can of worms.
On nearly every resolution list out there you’ll find some variation of “lose weight” and “save money.” Do you see a problem with either of these goals? Clearly there is one, because so frequently people fail to achieve them.
While it may be obvious that less money means more problems, domestic violence shoots up when money is a problem at home.
Michael presents Is There A Correlation Between Money and Domestic Violence? posted at The Dough Roller.
If you’ve been wondering how to best negotiate a salary with a new employer, here are some great tips.
FMF presents Leaving Money on the Table, or Not, when Negotiating posted at Free Money Finance.
I have heard it said that divorce turns marriage into a business transaction. The purpose of this post is to make that transaction be as trouble free as possible.
A personal view on dealing with foreclosure, and some ideas on what you can do to try to stop the process.
It’s getting harder for those under 21 to get a credit card. Do you think your child is ready to have you co-sign for a credit card?
Think you don’t need much money to get by? There’s a problem with that.
Jacq presents The biggest problem with thinking you don’t need much money posted at Single Mom Rich Mom.
And the #1 post in today’s Best of Money Carnival?
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Who knew you could get financial tips from the cult classic movie The Princess Bride?Roundups on 10.04.10 with 9 comments.