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Well, after a year and a half in existence, the MoneyBlogNetwork is proud to announce its two newest members:

No Credit Needed

Get Rich Slowly

Both of these are great blogs, run by great bloggers. I look forward to working with both of these guys in the future as part of the MoneyBlogNetwork.

I just wanted to remind readers of AllFinancialMatters about the MoneyBlogNetwork Forums. If you aren’t familiar with the MBN Forums, it is a great place to go to talk personal finance and even personal finance blogging. As you can imagine, forums work best when there’s a lot of people exchanging information. So, if you haven’t visited the MBN Forums, I would like to encourage you to do so. Registration is free. Everyone but SPAMMERS is welcome.

Allan Roth of Dare to be Dull sent me a link to an article about Vanguard possibly offering exchange-traded funds for bonds. Allan was quoted in the article, which I think is really cool. Anyway, Vanguard Continue Reading…

As a member of the MoneyBlogNetwork, my job is to publish the Blog of the Week (BotW) for the network. I have been failing miserably in this task. So, starting this coming Sunday, the BotW selection for AllFinancialMatters will also be the BotW selection for the MoneyBlogNetwork. I think this will be better for everybody. It also should give the BotW selection a wider audience and more traffic.

The 20th Edition of the Festival of Frugality is up at the MoneyBlogNetwork. Enjoy!

Weekly Roundup

April 15, 2006

I usually put these out on Friday but yesterday I was busy with my boys so I put this off until today. Anway, here’s some highlights from the MoneyBlogNetwork and beyond: Continue Reading…

Friday Weekly Roundup

April 7, 2006

We are now well into the second quarter of the year. Time is flying by. I’m a little nervous because hurricane season is something like 60 days away! Anyway, there’s a lot going on in the MoneyBlogNetwork and beyond so let’s get started: Continue Reading…