Welcome to the December 16, 2010 edition of finance and loans.
Jeff Weber presents Who Can and Can’t Benefit from the Citi Platinum Card posted at Smart Balance Transfers, saying, “This article examines who can and cannot benefit from the Citi Platinum Select Card.”
Patrick Carter presents PaydayUK � A Lender Review posted at My Payday UK Loans.
BWL presents 7 Best Credit Card Rewards Programs posted at Christian Personal Finance, saying, “A look at 7 of the best rated credit card rewards programs…”
Tax Debt Help presents Mortgage Interest Deduction and More Is Potentially In Jeopardy posted at Tax Debt Help Blog.
Steve Zussino presents Reasons to not spend money on gift cards posted at Grocery Deals in Canada.
Michael Pruser presents What is the Prime Rate? posted at The Dough Roller, saying, “The prime rate is used to determine not just mortgage and banking loans but also credit card interest, student loans and many other things.”
Michael presents President Obama’s 2011 Tax Plan posted at Consumerism Commentary, saying, “The new tax plan from President Obama is sure to draw controversy, by Republicans and Democrats alike.”
Madeleine Begun Kane presents Yet Another Tax Humor Piece: Interactive Taxes posted at Mad Kane’s Humor Blog.
Joseph Gottlieb presents Top 50 Industrial Engineering Blogs posted at Master of Engineering, saying, “The field of industrial engineering is vast and dynamic. Since it’s constantly changing, it can be a challenge to keep up with all the latest information. Luckily, these blogs can help you stay current.”
Alex Young presents Improving Your Credit Rating posted at Yell0BrickRd, saying, “This article offers ideas on how one can start to improve their credit rating!”
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One thought on “Blog Carnival (December 16, 2010)”
Blog Carnivals used to be fun.
But now it appears that I’m done.
Cuz the site we’re all using
To build them’s refusing
My stuff — no more Mad Kane post fun.