Carnival of Debt Management #50

Greetings! We are here with the 50th edition of the Carnival of Debt Management. The Golden Jubilee edition features 11 great posts. Here you go:

Madeleine Begun Kane presents Dear IRS posted at Mad Kane’s Humor Blog.

Christopher Johnson presents Loan Calculator posted at Debt calculator for handling all types of debt.

Will presents Debt Free By Any Means Necessary - The Do It Yourself Option posted at Your Finish Rich Plan - A Personal Finance Blog. One of the main reasons why people have difficulty sticking to any “get out of debt” plan is that they focus too much on the big picture (instead of taking baby steps) and expect quick results.

Finance Tips 101 presents The Pros And Cons Of Personal Loans posted at Finance Tips 101.

Walter W. Fouse presents Avoid Large Actively Managed Mutual Funds posted at Best No Load Funds.

Phil for Humanity presents Gambling Advice posted at Phil for Humanity. Phil has these four suggestions for anyone thinking about gambling.

Sarah M presents Are You Ready to Buy a House? posted at The Sexy Secretary. Buying a house is the American dream, but does your current financial situation allow for it?

Michael Bass presents Why Americans Can’t Afford Credit posted at Debt Prison. Pause for a second and think of the percentage that you feel best represents the amount of income you pay in taxes. Your real tax rate is 40%.

The Fund investor presents Why Invest In Mutual Funds? posted at Mutual Fund Investing Tips. Many people invest in mutual funds without really understanding the benefits of this type of investment vehicle.

Diane Dean presents Civil Penalty- CTPF and Your Business posted at Need IRS Help?.

Mike presents Can You Ever Be Debt Free? posted at Richer by the Day.

That concludes this edition. Next edition of this carnival will be hosted here on May 11, 2008. Submit your blog articles using our blog carnival submission form.

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