Bring On the Sun and Links

Slowly, but surely, the warm weather is creeping back in. That means I get to take the kids out more and explore the parks in the area.  We’ve been stuck inside most days with the cold.  I know, we can still get out in the Winter, but most days are just too brutal to be outside for any real length of time with the kids.

Anyhow, here are some great articles I’ve found:

Remodeling This Life | Furnishing My Home Second Hand
PT Money | What You Need to Know About the Standard Tax Deduction
Christian PF | Filing Federal and State Taxes for Free?
Sense to Save | Deciding which baby items to save
Oblivious Investor | When Should I Take Social Security Benefits?
Good Financial Cents | How Much Money Do You Have to Make to File a Tax Return?
Boomer and Echo | What Is Your Purchasing Behaviour Style?
Being Frugal | How to Save Money on Groceries
Bible Money Matters | How To Financially Prepare For A Disaster
Generation X Finance | Finding Health Insurance When You Are Self-Employed
Get Rich Slowly | Do Programmable Thermostats Really Save Money?
Clariity Blog | Nuances of Completing Your College Savings Application Correctly
Debt Free Adventure | How Much Interest Are You Paying?
The Simple Dollar | Why Get Married At All? Finances and Cohabitation
Cash Money Life | Should You Rollover Your TSP Account Into an IRA?
Moolanomy | Taxes: Standard Deduction vs. Itemized Deductions
Engaged Marriage | 72 Simple Things You Can Do to Brighten Your Spouse’s Day
Money Smarts Blog | Interactive Brokers Discount Brokerage Review
The Centsible Life | Road Trips with Kids-Traveling with Littles
Debt Kid | Get out of Debt by blogging?
Wealth Pilgrim | How to Become An Independent Contractor
Couple Money | How to Save Money with Your Mortgage

And some carnivals Parenting Family Money partook in (that I should have listed long ago!):

Festival of Frugality #253 – Frugal Halloween Costume Edition! «Budgeting In the Fun Stuff
Carnival of Wealth #9 – Oct 24, 2010 Edition — Personal Dividends

About Glen

Glen is married and the father to four children that he spends the day chasing as a stay-at-home-dad. He took an interest in personal finance when he realized most of his paycheck was going toward credit card bills. Since then he's eliminated his credit card debt and started on a journey towards financial freedom.

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