Can I Get Rich On A Salary participated in four personal-finance blog carnivals this past week.

[Editor’s Note: In case you are not familiar with blog carnivals, a blog carnival is a multi-blog event in which a number of bloggers aggregate their articles within a certain theme or subject area into one post. The “host” of the carnival writes up the post on his or her blog and includes links to the various articles. Hopefully, this helps readers as they get a “one stop shop” of articles. I post a weekly recap of the blog carnivals in which I have participated—and try also to cull out a few articles that I’d like to share with you here.]

Carnival of Personal Finance:

Money and Values hosted Carnival of Personal Finance #153: the Q & A edition, starting the Q&A session on May 19. Here are few of the answers to highlight:

Four Things You Need For Retirement (Lisa from Greener Pastures)…

What GTA IV taught me about personal finance (Seb from Pinching Copper)…

A Good Budget Is Not An Iron-Clad Contract (paidtwice from I've Paid For This Twice Already)…

how to make money without a job and why you should (Steve from brip blap)…

Be sure to check out the rest of the Carnival! My post, What Can You Make As an MBA?, appears under “Career.”

Festival of Frugality:

The Financial Blogger hosted #126 Festival Of Frugality – If I Had A Car Edition, revving up the engines on May 20. Here are some articles I wanted to share here:

Reasons Why You Spend Money by Saving Advice…

Save Money By Not Renewing Immediately by Free Money Finance…

Great Places to Earn and Save Money on Used Items by The Digerati Life…

Your One-Stop Shop for Work Lunch Ideas by Cheap Healthy Good…

Don’t forget to frequent the rest of the Festival! My post, How Much Is That Coffee in The Window (How Coffee Shops and Others Sneak Past Our Frugality), appears under “Simple is Beautiful.”

Carnival of Money Stories:

College of Cash hosted Carnival of Money Stories #60, starting class on May 20. Here were a few of the stories that caught my attention:

Until Debt Do Us Part has an interesting article on a friend trying to generate a second income. In this story, second time's the charm.

At Saving to Invest you can find out the next three myths of the top ten on franchising….

Living the Cheap Life says you can save money on postage by purchasing it online.

Visit the rest of the Carnival! My post, Success Stories: $980,000 Retirement Kitty By Age 47, is also included.

Money Hacks Carnival:

Moolanomy hosted Money Hacks Carnival #13 — Money Saving Hacks Edition, letting loose the savings on May 21. Here’s a sampling of the hacks:

No, I Won’t Accept Your Counter Offer posted at Cash Money Life

Email Your Future Self! posted at The DebtFree Playbook Blog

Understanding Mutual Fund Share Classes posted at HarvestingDollars

5 Financial Myths Debunked posted at Master Your Card

Gone Shopping posted at Dreaming of Ferraris

Saunter on over to the rest of the Carnival! My post, Lessons from the Millionaires — What Makes Up PFBloggers’ Net Worth? (Part 3), appears under “Investing.”


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