From the carnival’s about page:
The Carnival of Pecuniary Delights is a weekly carnival which travels from one blog to another. The purpose of this carnival is to showcase quality articles that may have lapsed into obscurity within the dusty archives of a blog but deserve another day in the limelight.
Unlike other existing personal finance blog carnivals, the Carnival of Pecuniary Delights has no limitation on the age of posts submitted. However, its requirements for quality are more stringent and hosts are asked to be more discerning in their selection of articles to feature.
We had a lot of great submissions. I prefer to choose older posts in order to respect the philosophy of the carnival and to be able to really highlight posts that might otherwise be lost to the archives, although I have included a few good posts that were published this week. With that said, and no further ado (and with a few favorite pictures of French landscapes, just because!)…
- DR from DoughRoller presents How to Stop Printer Ink Cartridges from Smearing Your Budget.
- Jeff Rose from Good Financial Cents presents How to File Complaint Against Your Financial Advisor.
- The Smarter Wallet from The Smarter Wallet presents How To Build Good Credit and Clean Up Bad Credit.
The Rest of the Best
- Banker Saver from Banker, Saver presents Are You FDIC Insured? Make Sure Your Money Is Safe.
- J. Money from Budgets Are Sexy presents Confessions of a Starbucks Barista?.
- Silicon Valley Blogger from The Digerati Life presents Find The Best Web Host For Your Online Business.
- FMF from Free Money Finance presents My Jobs, An Interesting Transition.
- Matt Jabs from Debt Free Adventure presents The Debt Steamroller – I WILL FIGHT to reach my goals!.
- MattB from Financial Methods presents Insurance For Your Fantasy Sports Players…Really?.
- Madison from Kids and Money presents Games for Kids About Money.
- PT from PT Money presents Roth IRA Rules.
- Miss Thrifty from Miss Thrifty presents Cleaning Silver: This one’s a beauty.
- Viviana from The Lean Times presents Financial Advice to My 20’s Self.