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March 27, 2007


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teaching kids the value of a dollar. i really liked that post the whole way. it is a great finance BLOG post.. bit of a story.. bit of good info.. bit of personality.. That's the winner for mine.

I have to go with teaching kids the value of a dollar as well. Covering your assets is useful information, but not necessarily original. Teaching the kids is a unique occurrance that many parents could and probably will use after reading it.

Despite the lack of suspense over who the winning author will be, I throw in my vote for Teaching Kids the Value of a Dollar.

My vote is cast for "Teaching Kids the Value of a Dollar". It was personably written, informative, creative, interesting, and applicable.


Teaching Kids the Value of a Dollar has my vote. In a time when a lot of kids don't understand money enough to hold onto it, starting young & well makes big sense (cent$).

My vote's to 10 Simple Ways to Cover Your Ass(ets). I love the clever title, but more importantly, I thought it was a great and concise read. A lot of important information that's quickly and intelligently discussed makes for a great post.

My vote is for 10 Simple Ways to Cover your Ass(ets). I really like both articles, I think I voted for both of them before. 10 simples ways I think is much more useful and revelant to more people. It is easy to read and understandable, short, and gives good advice that goes beyond what most articles I read do. It's a wonderful article.

I vote for 10 Simple Ways to Cover Your Ass(ets) simply because it has wider applicability. The other post is great, but only for those who have kids (and youngish kids, at that).

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