Carnival of Money Stories #92: Super Bowl Edition

Welcome to the Carnival of Money Stories. This is my favorite carnival, because what’s more interesting than reading well-written stories about money and finances? There were a lot of submissions, but in the name of keep the carnival great, I had to exclude some posts that even though they were interesting, they weren’t the stories we were looking for.

Since the Steelers and Packers faced off in the Super Bowl last night, I think it’s only appropriate to split up the posts into football related categories. Enjoy!

MVPs: Most Valuable Posts

Silicon Valley Blogger presents The Pump & Dump Investment Scheme: Don’t Get Fleeced posted at The Digerati Life.

FMF presents Dear Sears, This is Why I Hate You posted at Free Money Finance.

Squirrelers presents My Best Customer Service Experience Ever posted at Squirrelers.

Quarterbacks: Earning The Big Bucks

John presents HubPages Challenge January Results posted at Passive Family Income.

Lindy presents My First Time posted at Minting Nickels.

Michael presents 10 Cool Ways to Invest $10 posted at The Dough Roller.

Offensive Line: Protecting the Pocket

Joe Plemon presents How The Number One Personal Finance Principle Affects Two Diverse Families posted at Personal Finance By The Book.

Craig presents Freeze Your Credit To Protect Your Identity posted at Free From Broke.

MD presents How I Save Money With Online Banking posted at Studenomics.

Ryan presents Moving? Rent First, Then Buy posted at The Military Wallet.

PF Blogger presents Affording a Date posted at Personal Cents.

Tom presents The Economy of Doubt posted at Canadian Finance Blog.

Credit Card Guru presents American Express Auto Purchasing Program Review posted at Credit Card Forum Blog.

Rookies: Learning Lessons

Ryan Hudson presents How I Got a Credit Card Late Fee Waived posted at Best Credit Cards IQ.

Money Beagle presents Reminder: You Get What You Pay For posted at Money Beagle.

LaTisha D Styles presents How I turned $1760 into 50 dollars posted at Financial Success for Young Adults.

Barb Friedberg presents How to Cope With Buyers Remorse posted at Barbara Friedberg Personal Finance.

Leave Debt Behind presents When Late Fees and Charges Increase Your Debt posted at Leave Debt Behind.

2 Cents presents Can a Personality Quiz Change Your Life? posted at Balance Junkie.

John presents Don’t Learn Your Credit Card Lesson the Hard Way posted at Wallet Blog.

Onside Kick: Adding Some Creativity

MD presents Are You Afraid to Use Debt For Your Business? posted at Passive Income Now.

Kris presents How An Improved Economy Can (and Should) Affect Your Job Situation posted at Everyday Tips and Thoughts.

Kyle Taylor presents Deliberating for Dollars: How to Score $100 Playing Pretend Court posted at The Penny Hoarder.

Halftime Show: Tough Decision – Watch or Eat?

Flexo presents When Can You Lie About Money to Your Spouse? posted at Consumerism Commentary.

Andy presents Rental Run Around posted at Money Walks.

Coaches: Creating a Game Plan

Robert presents What Young Workers Should Know About Social Security posted at The College Investor.

Boomer presents Senior Care posted at Boomer & Echo.

Referees: Enforcing the Rules

Money Thinker presents Filing my Own Taxes posted at Money Thinking.

Thanks for reading and don’t forget to submit for next week’s carnival, which will be hosted by Lakita at Personal Finance Journey!

Carnival of Money Stories #92: Super Bowl Edition

Sweating the Big Stuff

12 thoughts on “Carnival of Money Stories #92: Super Bowl Edition

  1. Thanks for hosting, Daniel. This is the first time in my life I have ever been an offensive lineman! One never knows…

  2. Thanks for hosting this carnival and for including Boomer’s post on Senior Care. You did a great job with the theme!

  3. Thank you for having me as an Editor’s Pick! Glad to see my mistake can be shared with your readers. It cost me a few thousand and it was a terribly expensive lesson to learn. Thanks again!

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