Another Valentine’s Day is in the books. The flowers are still going strong, chocolates are almost gone, and a nice romantic dinner has been long digested. Did everybody have a nice V-day this year? Junior Boomer spent a nice night at home with the misses, while Papa Boomer was kind enough to take care of the little rascal. Nice quiet home was just what the doctor ordered. Here’s some favs of the week:
Favorite reads from the week
- Paying Back the Economic Stimulus Payment over at Free From Broke
- Do It Yourself Debt Reduction. Tips on how to take care of your debts without having to use a debt management company presented over at My Two Dollars
- Need Help With Debt, Where To Find Debt Advice I Can Trust? Pinyo shares the latest installment of the Ask the M-Network.
- Dave Ramsey’s 7 Baby Steps By The Numbers: Getting Started presented at Bible Money Matters.
- Upside of Credit Crunch For Students presented over at Green Panda Treehouse.
- 2008 Tax Information all in one place at My Dollar Plan
- How Do You Spend Your Emergency Fund at Studenomics. The Studenomist was gracious enough to mention one of my posts.
- Keeping Track of Mrs. Micah’s monthly journey of where her money is going? Here’s the halfway report on her progress.
- 5 Rules of Spring Training (For Your Finances) at PT Money
- Personal Tax Breaks in the 2009 Economic Stimulus Plan at Cash Money Life
- Looking to avoid Bankruptcy? Check out a good post from Good Financial Cents
- Go To Retirement had two good articles for baby boomers on investing. He covered investing in corporate bonds and stock dividends for retirement income.
This week’s carnivals:
- Carnival of Personal Finance – Wizard of Oz Edition was hosted at Dollar Frugal.
- Money Hacks Carnival #51 – The Office Edition was hosted at Your Money Relationship.