Welcome to the November 26, 2007 edition of festival of under 30 finances. This week's editor's choice goes to Sagar with free online tools to donate to charities!
Sagar presents 50+ Online Tools to Research, Select, and Donate to Charities posted at Credit Card Lowdown.
Michael Bass presents How to settle your debts on your own posted at Debt Prison, saying, "It is true that debt settlement companies provide a service. There are two points that should be made in regards to why debt settlement companies are unnecessary. The first point is that you can perform the exact same functions that they do. This article is about how to settle your debts on your own. Well basically you accomplish this by going through the same steps that debt organizations do."
Wanda Grindstaff presents Success Through Service, the Most Important Component! posted at Creating Abundant Lifestyles.
Larry Russell presents Where's Waldo? - The illusion of superior professional mutual fund manager performance. posted at THE SKILLED INVESTOR Blog, saying, "The effort to find those few supposedly superior money managers willing to sell their services sufficiently cheaply is a costly, time consuming, and futile, "Where’s Waldo?," searching exercise for the individual investor. Many money managers will claim to be superior and few or none actually will be. If such superior money managers did exist, then there should be dozens or hundreds of them who prove their superiority year after year after year. Unfortunately, the scientific finance literature indicates that this is not the case. This year’s star money manager tends to be next year’s average or laggard money manager."
Jason Elder presents Five Top Alternatives To Personal Bankruptcy posted at A Bankruptcy Lawyer's Blog, saying, "If you are considering filing for personal bankruptcy, stop, think and consider the following-"
Allen Taylor presents Business Investment Strategies That Work Every Time posted at Investing World Today, saying, "The secret to investment success is the consistent application of time-proven strategies, not the use of complex, hard-to-understand investment vehicles created by investment bankers out to take your money!"
KCLau presents How to Minimize the Upfront Service Charge in Unit Trust Investment posted at KCLau's Money Tips, saying, "Investment always requires transaction cost. The typical cost in unit trust investment is the upfront service charges (paid to the agent), management fees (paid to the fund managers), and trustee fees (paid to the trust corporation). These costs are inevitable. But when there is a problem, there is always a few strategies to minimize the damage."
The Investor presents How talking about money is like French kissing posted at Monevator.com, saying, "Fun, free and enriching – just as you used to kissing, you need to realise that talking about money is nothing to be ashamed of."
Merry Makowski presents Learn The NEW Think And Grow Rich and Earn Maximum Profit! posted at consciouslyhappy.com, saying, "Make Huge Money Fast
Become what you think about"
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