June 3, 2011, 6:00 am

Yakezie Roundup Time

by: MD    Category: Financial Rambling
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This week the long awaited dividend investing ebook was released over at The Dividend Guy Blog. This project has been in the works for many months. It’s finally ready and best of all is that it’s FREE. Yes, that’s right. This project is being given away for free. Grab a cup of coffee and enjoy.

Let’s look at the Yakezie links:

1. The Average 401k Balance And Why It’s Too Low @ Financial Samurai.

2. Is It Possible? – Devotion @ KNS Financial.

3. Freecycle – My Personal Experiences @ BITFS.

4. Is Unemployment Hurting Your Job Prospects? Why You Should Accept a Job Below Your Salary Requirements @ Free From Broke.

5. Sustainable Businesses? How practical is the idea? @ Sustainable PF.

6. Spending vs. Saving @ MJTM.

7. Is Blogging For Me? @ Money Reasons.

8. The extrapolation fallacy @ ERE.

9. Food for Thought @ Canadian Finance Blog.

10. I hate extreme couponers @ Punch Debt in the Face.

11. Rapidly Rising ATM Fees And How To Avoid Them @ Not Made of Money.

12. June Build Your Blog Month @ The Saved Quarter.

13. Would You Buy Gold From A Vending Machine? @ Saving Money Today.

14. Asking Is Always the Best Solution @ Sweating The Big Stuff.

15. youngandthrifty’s Mildly Extreme Couponing @ Young and Thrifty.

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Comments

Thanks for including the June Build Your Blog post in your round up. The response has been fantastic and I’m looking forward to seeing how all of us working together can improve each of our blogs this month!

Thanks for the mention!

Thanks for including me in the roundup!

Loved the ebook, I wish they were all of that quality!

Downloaded your ebook. Look forward to learning more about dividend investing. Should come in handy as I am getting tossed around in this volatile market!

Thanks for the mention! I am excited to read and review your ebook this week

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