Carnival of Debt Reduction – Doing it Right! Edition

by Jason Unger

Welcome to the Carnival of Debt Reduction – Doing it Right! Edition.

As you’ll find out, a big theme in this week’s posts is managing your money correctly and making wise personal finance decisions — hence, Doing it Right!

Although it’s not included in the carnival , check out How Automating My Debt Payments Saved Me Serious Money — my story of debt reduction.

As a special offer in honor of hosting the Carnival, my eBook — Automatic Finances: 17 Days to Your Financial Freedom — is on sale. Only 50 copies will be available for $7, more than 40% off the normal $17 pricetag! Get it now.

Editor’s Picks

Savings Toolbox presents Squeezing More Savings Out Of Your Budget posted at Savings Toolbox.

Silicon Valley Blogger presents myFICO Score Watch: Equifax Credit Score Monitoring posted at The Digerati Life.

The Smarter Wallet presents Facing Financial Responsibility: Personal Financial Planning Begins At Home posted at The Smarter Wallet.

nickel presents How to Get Out of Debt posted at fivecentnickel.com.

Baker presents Dave Ramsey’s Town Hall For Hope Review posted at Man Vs. Debt.

The Carnival Choices!

John Russell presents In An Accident? Don?t Be Afraid to File a Claim – Part 1 of 6 posted at The Low Cost Auto Insurance Guru.

PFCreditCards presents The Credit Card Debate posted at PF Credit Cards.

Jacqulyn Richey presents Hope for Distressed Homeowers posted at News – Las Vegas Real Estate by Jacqulyn Richey.

Bob presents Spending money wisely is a life skill posted at Christian Debt Help.

Nate presents Building Your Financial Future by Digging a Hole posted at Money Young.

kathryn presents Treat Yourself to a Free (Or Cheap!) Treat posted at Out of Debt – Christian Finances and Debt Help.

FMF presents For Now, Save, Save, Save, and Pay Off Credit Cards Later posted at Free Money Finance.

J. Money presents Slumdog Millionaire Child Star Almost Sold for $300k! posted at Budgets are Sexy.

Neal Frankle presents Investment Strategies That Work – Market Timing posted at Wealth Pilgrim.

Mark Aucamp presents Credit crunch means talking about money and the lack of it posted at Money Saving Expert.

Momma presents How to stretch your budget and get free groceries! posted at Engineer a debt free life.

Billeater presents Beyond the Basics- Dig Deeper and Save Money posted at Billeater.

Tushar Mathur presents How to choose a financial planner posted at Everything Finance.

Green Panda presents Common Credit Card Mistakes posted at Green Panda Treehouse.

Matthew Paulson presents Can Penny Pinching Go too Far? posted at American Consumer News.

Raj Patel presents Credit Card Industry Providing Credit Help Websites? posted at DebtGoal.

Finance Tips 101 presents What You Need to Know about Academic Scholarships posted at Finance Tips 101.

Debt Freedom Fighter presents Features That Indicate a Good Credit Repair Program posted at Discover Debt Freedom.

Canadian Finance presents Reduce Your Credit Card Interest Rate posted at The Canadian Finance Blog.

Money Beagle presents Mortgage Refinancing Is Not A Viable Option For Us posted at Money Beagle.

Jennifer presents Free Credit Counseling Service posted at Money Saver 101.

Consolidator presents 5 Ways To Avoid Debt Consolidation Loans posted at Debt Consolidation Loans For Beginners.

Leave Debt Behind presents Where to Get Your Free Annual Credit Report posted at Leave Debt Behind.

Miss M presents Changing Needs Mean Changing Goals posted at M is for Money.

Madison presents Solar Energy Tax Credit: Will You Install Solar Panels? posted at My Dollar Plan.

DR presents Citi Forward Review posted at The Dough Roller.

Rob presents Learn a lesson with the Power Hog posted at Energy Saving Gadgets.

{ 7 comments… read them below or add one }

J. Money April 27, 2009 at 9:08 am

Thanks for hosting brotha! Great start of the week.

Money saving Expert April 27, 2009 at 9:09 am

There is a mountain of quality information in this carnival of debt reduction. Keep up the great work!

Jennifer @ Money Saver 101 April 27, 2009 at 3:28 pm

Dugg it, and about to twitter it as well.

Excellent list of resources here. I could spend all day going through it all.

Thanks for hosting this carnival.

Canadian Finance April 28, 2009 at 1:13 am

Thanks for hosting!

The Digerati Life April 29, 2009 at 7:56 pm

This is awesome! Thanks for hosting the carnival! :) Will let my readers know about this.

DR May 1, 2009 at 4:37 pm

Great carnival! Thanks for hosting.

Shawn Whitmore July 27, 2011 at 3:18 am

Hello everybody,
I am a graduate student at the University of Hawaii conducting a research survey on credit card debt and advertising. I am attempting to get as many volunteers as possible. The survey is completely anonymous, takes around 10-15 minutes, and I will post the data on my website after the collection is complete this September. The address is http://www.pacrin.com.
Thank you — Shawn

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