Money Saving Links: 11/23/08

11.23.08 | Savings Links | 1 Comment | by junger

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It's been a pretty busy week around here — a guest column on the US dollar, results of a study on how people feel about online banking, and a look at how budgets are affecting the number of hours people work.

We also participated in 2 — yep, read it 2 — carnivals this week. In addition to the Carnival of Personal Finance, hosted by Money Ning, we were a part of the Money Hacks carnival, hosted by Moolanomy.

Fred's look at Circuit City's saving plan and my rant on E-Loan's online savings account were included in the carnivals.

A few of the highlights from the carnivals include:

Rate Chasing with High Yield Savings Accounts - My Dollar Plan

Chasing a rate when you have $500 in the bank doesn’t make much difference. However, if you have $50,000 in the bank, a few basis points can make a big difference.

12 Fun and Free Entertainment Websites - Fiscal Zen

The Internet has a lot to offer:  communication, news, investment research, and money saving opportunities but to name a few.  But sometimes, you just need to take a break and have a little fun.  So with that in mind, I’ve put together a list of 12 fun and free websites that are great for entertainment.

6 Situations Where I Still Need Cash - Student Scrooge

The time has finally come — for the first time in almost two months, tomorrow I will be visiting an ATM. My local ATM and I used to be much better friends, but it just does not serve the same role in my life which it once did. Using my credit card (responsibly) has enabled me to pay most of my expenses over the past few weeks without cash, with added budget tracking benefits. As part of my build-up to tomorrow’s ATM visit, however, I want to take a moment and reflect on some of the expenses that still keep me using cash every now and then.

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