Festival of Under 30 Finances Oct 1st Edition

My personal favorite this week, for someone who stayed on topic

Scott H presents 11 Best Student Jobs to Have in College posted at College and Finance, saying, "Best paying jobs to have in college."

Welcome to the October 1, 2007 edition of festival of under 30 finances.

ChristianPF presents How to budget with ING direct posted at Money in the Bible | Christian Personal Finance Blog, saying, "ING Direct is my secret budgeting tool. Here are a few steps to start budgeting using ING Direct."

Silicon Valley Blogger presents Who Buys Fake Goods? Plus How To Spot Counterfeit Products posted at The Digerati Life, saying, "I presently do not use financial software. However, I will most likely use it in the future once I break out of the inertia I'm experiencing when it comes to organizing my finances. Probably within the next year or two, I'll be using some kind of whiz bang financial software."

Shadox presents Finances in Your 20's posted at Money and Such, saying, "This article tells the story of one blog reader in his twenties, who seems to have his financial life in great shape but who is making some serious sacrifices to be there."

Trent presents Seven Pieces Of Financial Advice For A High School Student posted at The Simple Dollar, saying, "A 29 year old gives personal finance advice to a high school student - can't get much more "under 30" than that."

FIRE Getters presents FREE Trend Micro AntiVirus & AntiSpyware 2007 courtesy Firstrade! posted at FIRE Finance.

KCLau presents Should you focus on Increasing income or reducing expenses? posted at KCLau's Money Tips, saying, "Cash flow chart involves simple mathematic calculation: Saving = Income - Expenses. Savings is the priority since it appears first in the equation. To increase saving, we can either increase income, reduce expenses, or doing both at the same time. Which option requires your most attention?"

Frugal Panda presents Fly or Drive: Which is Cheaper? (A Definitive Answer, Once and For All) posted at Frugal Panda.

Sagar Satapathy presents 10 Ways Online Terrorism is Affecting the Markets posted at Currency

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Daily Idea presents Find the Cheapest Days to Buy posted at Daily Idea, saying, "A short video that discusses how to save money by buying things on the day of the week when they are cheapest."

Ryan Russell presents Is Debt Consolidation A Good Idea? posted at Care on Credit, saying, "Debt consolidation comes in several forms, including credit counseling, balance transfers, and debt consolidation loans, so review your options carefully before making a decision."

Ryan Russell presents DIY: 5 Steps to Becoming Your Own Financial Planner posted at My Money Thinks, saying, "It seems that more and more people are talking about their financial planners these days. At times, it feels like not having a financial planner means that you are not serious about money or that you are just not serious about doing smart things with your money."

WBL presents How Will The Rate Cut Affect You posted at Wealth Building Lessons, saying, "Wealth Building Lessons looks at the ramifications of the Fed's rate cut and how to profit from the resulting scenario."

Scott H presents 11 Best Student Jobs to Have in College posted at College and Finance, saying, "Best paying jobs to have in college."

Steve Faber presents - Career Highlight - Investment Banking posted at DebtBlog.

Warren Wong presents What Do You Actually Buy With Money? posted at Personal Development for INTJs, saying, "What do you actually purchase when you exchange money for some item? The answer isn't as obvious as you may think!"

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