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Kings of Cash Flow – The Scepter Edition

It’s always fun for me to go through the carnival submissions and see all the new and interesting ideas being put forth by bloggers I might not always read. These folks have put a lot of time, thought and effort into sharing ways to help improve your personal finance. Show your appreciation by heading over to their posts and leaving a comment about what they’ve written.

Nick @ Step Away from the Mall teaches us how to improve cash flow with real estate in Adventures in Real Estate – Looking back at a real estate deal I didn’t make and what could have been.

Michelle @ See Debt Run focuses on career based cash flow with her Resume Redo – I did my good deed for the day when I helped a neighbor with the worst excuse for a resume I’ve ever seen in my life. I help her and share tips to help you get you build your job resume.

Van Beek @ Stock Trend Investing gives us the risks involved in 2 popular stock based strategies for improved cash flow wth Buy and Hold Dividend versus Trend Following Risks – When you apply a certain stock investing strategy, you implicitly choose to accept the risks that go with that strategy. Here we describe the specific risks for two well-know and often applied strategies.

The Happy Homeowner @ The Happy Homeowner helps us improve cash flow by reducing our spending with Easy Ways to Save Money – We all know we should be saving more. But how do you cut back when the budget is already stretched? This post highlights some very easy ways to save money no matter what your financial situation may be!

Jana @ Daily Money Shot helps maintain a strong cash flow by Planning for the unexpected – Saving money means that when important, unplanned expenses arise, the money is there to spend

James @ Short Road To Retirement teache us how to create stable cash flow with Need a Predictable Income Stream? Use a Bond Ladder – Discusses what a bond ladder is, how it can protect you against rising interest rates and provide a decent yielding income stream.

Jeremy @ Modest Money improves cash flow by utilizing the labor of others in Outsourcing Online Business Tasks To Earn More Money – Do you run one of the many online business that could benefit tremendously from outsourcing? Read about how a seasoned internet marketing professional learned how to use outsourcing to earn more money.

MMD @ MyMoneyDesign helps us plan for future cash flow by asking Which is Better – Term or Permanent Life Insurance? – Part 2 – Should you buy cheaper Term insurance that will expire or the more expensive Permanent insurance that is guaranteed for life? Let me share with you two real quotes I received, and we’ll crunch the numbers to figure out which one is the better alternative.

Sean @ Free Snatcher gets rid of debt and improves current cash flow with 5 Tips to Help you Become Debt Free – Eliminating your debt is the first step to becoming Financially free. Here are 5 steps to painlessly become debt free. Thanks for your consideration.

Dr. Dean @ The Millionaire Nurse Blog wonders if it is always wise to improve cash flow by asking Save on Gas: At The Expense Of Our Marriage? – A mars and venus twist on the “improving your gas mileage” article.

Thanks to all the great bloggers who submitted to this weeks carnival. I hope you all enjoyed reading their posts as much as I did. Stop back next week for another set of articles that will help you cut back on your expenses, increase your income and generally improve your personal cash flow and wealth!

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10 Responses to “Kings of Cash Flow – The Scepter Edition”

  1. Poor to Rich a Day at a Time says:

    thanks for sharing, these are great, can not wait to stop in and read all of them today!

  2. Sean @ says:

    Thanks for including me. I’m looking forward to reading these other articles.

  3. Modest Money says:

    Thanks for including my post Steve. It looks like the Kings of Cash Flow carnival is coming along quite well. Keep up the good work.

  4. Nick says:

    Thanks for sharing my adventures, Steve!

  5. Michelle says:

    Thanks for including lil ol’ me! :) Have a great weekend, Steve!

  6. ShortRoadTo says:

    Thanks for including my post. These are all AWESOME, informative posts.

  7. CultOfMoney says:

    Nice list this week. Cash flow really is an important topic, and one that more people should pay attention to. It’s also fairly difficult to write about, so nice to see everyone is working on it. Thanks for the carnival.

  8. Dr Dean says:

    Thanks for including my post.

  9. MyMoneyDesign says:

    Sorry to find this late, but I just got my WordPress link notification that I was included in this carnival. I’m glad to see I made this selective inclusion!

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