Weekly Roundup

The Buck List participated in one carnival this week. Check out Economy and your Finances Carnival Oct 11 2009 for articles on investing, debt and general personal finance topics. Thanks to the host for including my post.

Have extra produce from the garden, or are you looking for something a little different or out of season? Register for free with Veggie Trader to buy, sell or trade homegrown produce.

If you are planning on moving or already have there is the always the box question: where do I find them and what do I do with them when I am done? Box Cycle might have an answer to that.

Post of the Week – A personal finance post I found to be exceptional.
Exceptional does not necessarily mean I agree with it, as is the case with this weeks pick. Paul Michael wrote a provocative post for Wisebread asking if there should be a “Fat Tax” on Junk Food. The comments are a better read than the post!

Do you or someone you know need help avoiding foreclosure? Visit Find a Foreclosure Counselor and search your state to find some help.

Want to live in a cave with no job and plenty of time to ponder the failings of humanity? Me either, but this guy in Utah is doing it and writing about it.

IMshopping “provides answers to your shopping questions. Simply type in a question and we'll route it to the experts who can provide unbiased opinions and links to products.”

Weekly Reminder – A reminder of a useful article you might have missed. I wrote this post about how to get a free loan from the NGA.

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