Tuesday, February 13, 2007

The Second Edition of the 30s and 40s personal finances carnival - wealth accumulation - February 14, 2007

Dear Friends,

I'm on the road and do not have access to some of the postings sent to me before I left home. As a result, I will post the submissions skipped in our next edition (the third edition) scheduled for February 21, 2007.

Stereotyping the 30s and 40s Personal Finance Community
I'm going to start this edition with a post discussing people in their 30s and 40s. I'm putting it here to stimulate a discussion and help us focus articles for the reading audience. This article is makingourway's attempt to put a shape to the people that read and contribute to the blog - if I don't describe you - please post a comment or submit a new posting to the next carnival - I look forward to publishing it!


Steve Leung presents How to Lose Your House posted at 1SiliconValley.com, saying, "Between the speculation and pricing madness during real estate booms, people actually buy houses so they can live long, happy lives there. But home buyers should know that losing a house is a fairly easy thing to do. Here are five common ways people lose their houses."

Rich presents Being "Middle Class" is burying us! posted at Queercents, saying, "So much for the myth of the middle class: on a median two-earner household income of $73,500 (gross), you can’t save for retirement and take an annual vacation—or if you do, you have to cut from your expenses somewhere else."

Randy Yniguez presents The Benefits of Organizing: Financials posted at Randy Yniguez, saying, "These templates have come in handy for me!"

Career Growth

Bill presents Thinking Outside The Box posted at Ask Uncle Bill, saying, "Think inside the box."


Dennis presents A Walk with my Old Man posted at A Pile of Coins, saying, "This is my very first submission to a carnival. Any suggestions on how to improve my articles and contribute to the community are very welcome, thanks!"


Big Cajun Man presents Einstein: Doubling is the trick! posted at Canadian Financial Stuff, saying, "Doubling your money in the shortest possible time should be your goal in investing, with suitable risk. Who do we have to thank for figuring out doubling periods, Einstein?"

Larry Russell presents John C. Bogle's Blog and his article about ETFs posted at THE SKILLED INVESTOR Blog, saying, "John C. Bogle, the founder of The Vanguard Group, is one of the truly honest men in the financial world. He posted an very insightful WSJ article about how the interests of individual investors and the average ETF have increasingly diverged. His blog deserves greater awareness."

Rod Thomas presents The psychology of property investing posted at Prosperity from Property.

Mr Credit Card presents I Fired My First Mutual Fund Managers posted at Ask Mr Credit Card's Blog.

My Bubble Life presents Unleash Your Potential: The Rule of 72 posted at Unleash Your Potential, saying, "Just a quick overview of the rule of 72."


Will Chen presents Behind the Times - I learn about Keep the Change posted at Wisebread.

Jenn @ Frugal Upstate presents Frugal Philosophy-Mending posted at Frugal Upstate.


Allison presents Tax Forms Missing Lines for Important Deductions posted at Queercents, saying, "Alternative Queercents post about Taxes... Are you self-preparing your taxes? If so, beware! The IRS has mailed packets of tax forms with lines missing on which to claim important deductions."

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of
30s and 40s personal finances - wealth accumulation
using our carnival submission form.

Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

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Anonymous said...

Thanks for the shout out and have a safe trip!

Jenn @ Frugal Upstate said...

Thanks for putting this together and for including my post! I was always so jealous that the under 30 crowd had their own carnival :)

Bill Tyler said...

Excellent carnival. Thanks for including my post.

Dennis said...

Yeah, thanks for including my post, too. See you soon!