Money Saving Links: 11/30/08

11.30.08 | Money | 1 Comment | by junger

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Thanksgiving is over. Black Friday has past. Before you know it, we'll be in 2009.

Since we're at the end of the month and almost the end of the year, it's time to start looking forward to your financial status when the calendar flips.

This week, we participated in two carnivals again: the Carnival of Personal Finance hosted by Living Almost Large and the Money Hacks Carnival at Steadfast Finances.

Check out a few of the great stories from the two carnivals:

Online Bank Accounts and More Savings Options To Keep Your Money Safe - The Digerati Life

In light of the current financial turmoil, many are exploring alternatives to the traditional brick and mortar bank for saving and securing their assets. Here are some of the options.

Ask the Readers: What are Your Favorite Internet Sites for Discounts (Revisited)? - Uncommon Cents

We’ve discussed Internet coupon sites here in the past (and of course, we’ve had the fabulous Kyle of Rather-Be-Shopping.com do a bunch of guest posts!), so they’re not new to us. But there are other sites out there and other ways to spend less or get rebates, and I’m wondering which do you like?

Is Your Cash Flowing on a Daily Basis? - Debt Free Destiny

As more and more people are creating budgets to stay on track in a turbulent economy, it is important for those people to recognize their own cash flow situation and seal with it. Even if, on paper, your income meets your needs for paying bills, you still may not be off the hook.

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