JLP’s Weekly Roundup (Week of August 27, 2007)

Here’s a few posts from the MoneyBlogNetwork (and beyond) over this past week:

Nickel asks if using IRA funds to buy a house is a good or bad idea.

FMF with why having a budget is the first step to getting out of debt.

MBH hosted this week’s Carnival of Debt Reduction.

Jim takes a look at WTDirect, a new online bank.

Flexo highlights this month’s “The Mole” column in Money.


We’re In Debt has a question: How Much Does it Take for You to Pick up Money? – I’ll pick up a penny.

Tired But Happy tackles irregular income with a new series titled “How to Manage Irregular Income, Part 1.”

Single Ma: What $100 Can Buy.

Money, Matter, and More Musings tells us about the worst credit card he has ever seen. – LOL! One would HAVE to be short on brain cells to go with such a card!

That’s it for this week. I don’t want to make these roundups too big.

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