Personal Bankruptcy Blog Carnival - April 25th, 2012 Edition

Welcome to the April 25, 2012 edition of personal bankruptcy canada blog carnival.

personal bankruptcy canada blog carnivalThanks for joining us at our 2nd edition of the Personal Bankruptcy Blog Carnival and we want to thank our contributors for submitting their recently published, personal finance post. 

In the very near future, we will be announcing a "Personal Bankruptcy Canada Blogger of the Year" badge that we will be awarding sometime this year. In the meantime, we will be here each week and  look forward to hearing from you concerning all areas of finance whether it is saving money, budgeting, debt help, money management ideas and more. Visit us each week for important and often entertaining information about how to live your financial life to the fullest. 

Here are this week's submissions:

Laura Edgar presents Avoiding Baggage Fees and Saving Money on Travel posted at NerdWallet Blog - Credit Card Watch, saying, "Baggage fees are one of the many nuisances of modern day travel. But as it turns out, they’re avoidable if you use the right credit card."

Sicorra presents These Tiny Houses Fascinate Me | Tackling Our Debt posted at Tackling Our Debt, saying, "People are living in these Tiny Houses and they are living mortgage free. They are saving a great deal of money on their day to day expenses, and they no longer work simply to pay for a big home and with lots of furniture and fancy appliances. Check out the inspiring videos in this post to see how happy these families are with their Tiny Houses."

Seen and Heard around the Internet this week:

Heather Hadden presents Is This the Right Time to Reduce Canada’s Debt? posted at I Love Toronto, saying, "The debt-to-income ratio became a major issue in economic news after it hit a record high in the third quarter of 2011 at the level of 151.9 per cent."

Joseph Berger presents A Closer Look at Student Debt ? posted at Higher Education Strategy Associates, saying, "Student debt levels in the 2000s increased somewhat, but not as much as you might have thought. Notably, university debt didn’t keep pace with increases in tuition, likely owing to significant federal and provincial investments in student grant programs."

Savingandmakingmoneyinweb presents How to spend less on running a car cost (Simple ideas) posted at Saving and Making Money in Web, saying, "Increasingly pinched at the pump, more than ever, are looking for ways to save on two of their least favorite car costs: gas and car insurance. Here are two tips to save on your car cost."

Paul Kincaid presents Save money and instantly reduce your electrical consumption by 4500 watts. posted at Press Core, saying, "Even if you live in warmer climate regions, you can reduce your electrical bill without buying or installing any new energy saving device, without hiring an electrician and without making any expensive modifications to your home."

Little Miss Mocha presents How to teach your kids about money AND not to fight over Mommy’s iPad, posted at Little Miss Mocha, saying, "When did you start teaching your kids about money? Have you started yet? How did you know where to begin?"

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of personal bankruptcy canada blog carnival using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

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David Smith

About David Smith

David was initially drawn to accountancy because he was 'good with numbers'.
He has been an insolvency professional since 1993.   Soon after he began to work with debt issues he discovered that the most satisfying part of his role was the ability to make a positive difference in other people's lives.   It is the person, not the numbers that continues to guide his approach toward helping others deal with debt issues.


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