Carnivals of Personal Finance are a weekly collection of interesting articles from the personal finance blogsphere. This week’s edition is hosted by Jennifer at “Broke-Ass Student.” Read more to see our Minty pick for the week.
The Digerati Life is a fun-to-read personal finance blog from the perspective of a software engineer/mommy/blogger. Check out today’s interview to read up on Silicon Valley Blogger’s view on the dot-com bubble burst; living in the high cost region of Silicon Valley; and finances in regards to family and kids.
Timeshares are a form of vacation property ownership where the use and costs of running the resort are shared among owners. They can be a suitable purchase for some people and a very poor purchasing decision for many people. It is definitely a purchase consumers should take extra care in, as it can easily be a long term financial commitment! In the story here, our train wreck submitter shares their experiences on buying a timeshare.
TeXtra is a technology news show with a lot eXtra! It is technology meets culture, analysis, and humor! Host Natali Del Conte follows the what’s what, who’s who, and WHY of technology news that goes beyond the Silicon Valley. She is an established technology journalist, having written for PC Magazine , TechCrunch, MarketWatch, and more. Check out today’s interview with TeXtra’s host, Natali Del Conte.
This week’s Carnival of Personal Finance (a weekly collection of interesting articles from the personal finance blogsphere), is hosted at Blogging Away Debt. Check out our recommendations from this week’s carnival.
The great thing about personal finance is that information and resources on the broad-ranging topic can be found almost everywhere on the web. The bad thing? There’s too many out there to sort through! We’ve probed through the web to find 30 free e-Books so you can learn almost everything you want to know about personal finance.