With daylight saving time over, we each gain an extra hour, as we all know time is very value, how do you plan to spend your extra hour? If you have not decide how to spend your extra hour. Spend a part of that extra hour reading some of this week’s personal finance roundups which feature the best personal finance posts from the past week. I am sure you can find several posts that will help you simplify your personal finances:
JoeTaxpayer offers A Fall Back Roundup
Green Sherpa offers Sherpa Picks: Co-Signing, Moving Home, and More!
Redeeming Riches offers PF Round Up: What Should You Do With Your Bonus, The Movie Edition
Simple Financial Lifestyle offers Simple Weekend Reading – Retirement Edition
Studenomics offers Catch Up On Links Time
Invest with Passion offers Round Up #5: Personal Finance Tips for Real Estate Investors
Free from Broke offers Daylight Savings and Links
Penny Frugalista offers Posts That Piqued My Interest: Fall Leaves Edition
Len Penzo offers Black Coffee: The Fed’s Disgraceful War on Average Americans
Canadian Finance Blog offers Friday Links
Money Help for Christians offers How I Make My Roundup
Bucksome Boomer offers Week in Review: Time Change Edition
Wealth Pilgrim offers Relax Yourself Friday Links
Passive Family Income offers Multiple Streams of Income and Weekly Links
DoNotWait.com offers Weekend Link Time
Financially Poor offers Friday Night Likes
Budgeting in the Fun Stuff offers Weekly Favorites and Gratitude!
Personal Finance by the Book offers Flip House Update 4 / Roundup
Financial Highway offers Weekly Round Up-Small Investors, Gold and Bonds, RESP and More
Green Panda offers What’s Cool Around The Web
Budgets are Sexy offers Weekly Roundup: Bloggers, Presents & Elevator Pitches
Money Reasons offers MR Cache 2010, Nov 06 – Will The DOW Rally?
Everyday Tips and Thoughts offers Link Round Up – Time to Read!
The Financial Blogger offers Financial Ramblings
Wise Bread offers Best Money Tips: 4 Ways to Fight Procrastination
Oblivious Investor offers Investing Blog Roundup: One Outfit for a Month?
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