For reading convenience, the posts are listed with a brief summary or comment by the submitter and organized them into seven categories: Earning, Investing, Insuring and Protecting, Living Frugally, Retiring, Saving and Taxes.
And now onto the Carnival:
Job-Interview-Site.com presents How to Negotiate a Pay Raise posted at Job Interview Guide, saying, "Negotiating a pay raise is not an easy task. You have to consider factors to talk about during the salary negotiation. A raise in salary will be based on your productiveness for the company and your performance value.
Insuring and Protecting
Michael Pruser presents Different Types of Life Insurance Policies posted at The Dough Roller, saying, "Nobody wants to think of dying but any responsible person needs to. Finding the right insurance policy for your needs is a “biggy” when it comes to planning ahead."
Hussein Sumar presents How to Examine a Mutual Fund's Portfolio Turnover posted at Best Mutual Funds, saying, "Portfolio turnover is a great way to measure the investment quality of a mutual fund because a higher turnover means increased costs of trading, which is paid for by investors' money and not the fund manager's salary."
Patty Pedersen presents Best Oil ETFs: Looking Beyond Energy Select SPDR XLE posted at AlphaProfit MoneyMatters - Investing Blog, saying, "Energy Select Sector SPDR ETF wins the contest among oil ETFs when it comes to popularity. This ETF however wasn’t the best performing ETF in this category in 2010. This article analyzes different energy ETFs and explains why energy service and natural gas ETFs have the potential to be top performers in 2011."
Hemant Beniwal presents Financial Planning Process posted at financialplanninglab.com, saying, "Make sure your financial planner follows this 6 step financial planning process."
Dividends4Life presents 16 Dividend Stocks Growing Future Yield posted at Dividends Value, saying, "Yield does not come without a price, usually in the form of added risk and/or complexity. Ultimately, dividend growth investors realize that long-term and sustainable high-yield investments are grown over time. This is accomplished by purchasing high-quality dividend investments with a reasonable yield and a long history of growing their dividends, and waiting for the yield on cost to grow."
Mike Piper presents Investing Life Insurance Proceeds posted at The Oblivious Investor, saying, "How would you invest a portfolio if you were expecting to need to withdraw from it for potentially 50 years or more?"
Carlos Sera presents A Tale of Might Financial Tales posted at Financial Tales, saying, "This is A Tale of Might. Do As I Say Not As I Do."
John Border presents Stock Tips For Beginning Investors Stock Market Basics posted at Stock Market Basics, saying, "The articles talks about essential tips that you need to know before starting out in the volatile stock market and thereby save yourself from the agony of losing money."
Hussein Sumar presents Stocks that Pay High Dividends - February 2011 Edition posted at High dividend stocks, saying, "Recently upon the end of January 2011 & recent Egyptian crisis, the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) has reached its 12,000 points mark, the highest level seen since June 2008. Financial experts believe this is a sign where companies' profits are getting better, revenues are growing & the American economy is recovering."
PT presents How Forex Trading Works posted at Prime Time Money, saying, "A quick introduction to Forex Trading--how to trade in currency, how to set up an account, and where to go for practice before investing your own money."
Ryan @ CML presents Why The Apple Flash Crash Doesn't Matter posted at Cash Money Life, saying, "Investors should look deeper into fluctuations in stick prices before reacting to changes in valuation."
BankMan presents What to Look for in an Investment Option posted at High Yield Savings Accounts, saying, "These tips can help you screen investment opportunities to find the best one for your needs."
Khaleef @ KNS Financial presents Valentine’s Day Ideas: 8 Frugal Ways To Declare Your Love posted at Faithful With A Few, saying, "These frugal Valentine’s Day ideas will help you show your love without breaking the bank!"
MoneyNing presents Want to Buy Something? Save, Don’t Borrow! posted at Money Ning, saying, "The title says it all! Don't get into debt!"
FMF presents How to Save 20% OFF MSRP on a Brand New Car Purchase posted at Free Money Finance, saying, "How to save a boatload on a car purchase."
Jim Yih presents Getting Ready for Retirement posted at Retire Happy Blog, saying, "Imagine you are talking with your spouse about the topic of retirement and it is going to happen within the year. What do you need to do, to get ready for it?"
Charles Tran presents Long-Term View of Financial Planning Basics posted at CreditDonkey.com Tips, saying, "Building wealth starts with having a long-term view on financial planning."
Steve Norman presents 5 Things Everyone Should Know About Emergency Tax Codes posted at Tax Codes, saying, "Our guide to what an emergency tax code is and when you might get one"
John Keeble presents What To Do If You Have Lost Your UTR Number posted at UTR Number - Unique Taxpayer Reference Number, saying, "Our guide to where you may find your UTR number and what to do if you have lost your UTR number"
Madison DuPaix presents New 2011 Tax Rules for eBay Sellers: The 1099K posted at My Dollar Plan, saying, "If you sell on eBay, the IRS' new tax rules for 2011 may affect you. Read this to find out."
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