It was a good week. Money Crashers saw some good traffic from a few Stumbles and continued high Google search rankings on the economic stimulus plan refund checks. If you want to estimate your refund, check out this article. If you want to clear up some of the rumors going on with the stimulus plans checks, check out this article.
Also, I interviewed Flexo from Consumerism Commentary, and there will be more interviews from other personal finance bloggers to come!
Money Crashing Articles of the Week:
- Free Money Finance analyzes six extreme ways to save as propoed by TheStreet.com.
- Consumerism Commentary asks if his net worth is increasing at a lesser rate due to the falling value of the dollar.
- The Consumerist tells your why Bank of America won’t let you access your money. BOA is a bunch of bastards. I can’t believe that I still give them my business.
- Wisebread gives you 11 ways to save money you are spending without sacrificing anything I like the sound of that!
- Get Rich Slowly explains explains how to buy a long-term disability insurance policy.
- Cash Money Life tells you why refund anticipation loans suck! And I agree with him. Wait the month or two that it may take to get your refund, people!
- Gen X Finance gets political with this post about the election, the economy, and you.
- The Dough Roller’s personal account about his experience with a 9 day stay at a hospital and what he learned about health insurance.
Well, be thankful for an extra day in the year. You’re always saying that you wished there were more time during the day, so you got an extra 24 hours this year. It’s really nothing extra, because the leap year is supposed to make up for the quarter of a day that you lose each year, or something like that. Correct me if I’m wrong. Hope you have a great weekend, and Happy Leap Day!