Saturday Round Up and Blast from the Past

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Hope you’re having a nice weekend. This week I wanted to dust off some of FiscalGeek’s old content back when only I was reading it. This is still a cool tool to manage your time and your finances for that matter. Check out Twitter and Remember The Milk to Automate Your Finances. Remember the Milk is a cool little app that you can leverage from pretty much anything that has some form of connectivity. SMS, Twitter, iPhone, HTTP, IM, Android, you name it. It’s just a very handy and lightweight task/calendar manager.

New Stuff I’m Looking At

Honestly not much online this week, I’ve been head down with work and I’ve picked up the exercise regime. Also I started an Ice Hockey clinic this week so I’ve been pretty busy. I’m afraid I don’t have anything new online to look at right now. So if you are looking for something new you can always go to one of my favorite sites on the web Awkward Family Photos. This can always get me laughing.

Stuff I Participated In

My Post Real Men Pay With Cash was featured in the Carnival of Personal Finance #252: Famous People With Tax Troubles Edition.

From Around the PF Blogosphere

Ryan presents How to do a Home Inventory

MD presents Harsh Reality On Student Loans + Some Valuable Help

Craig Ford presents Can Kids Open A Roth IRA?

Elle presents Debt Reduction Strategies That Work

Coupon Sherpa presents 13 Problems and Solutions for Frequent Fliers

Consumer Boomer presents Best Places to Open and Setup a Roth IRA

Jeff Rose, CFP® presents Rates on Your IRA

Tom @ Canadian Finance Blog presents 5 Ways to Make Your Credit Card Work For You

Joe Plemon presents The Fair Tax: Is It Too Good To Be True?

PT presents Know Your Money: Organize Your Finances

Kyle presents Index Investing: A Quickstart Guide

My Dollar Plan presents Use Your Tax Refund to Purchase I Bonds

Peter presents First Quarter Estimated Tax Payment Is Due On April 15th.

PT presents Credit Card Cash Advance: Bad Financial Move or Good Emergency Plan?

Tom @ Canadian Finance Blog presents Reward Points, Loyalty Cards, and Lies

Ryan presents How to read a contract

MD presents The Secrets to Generating a Safety Net in Just 6 Months

Neal@Pilgrim presents How to Declare Bankruptcy and Not Lose Your Home

Junior Boomer presents TradeKing IRA Review: Online Discout Broker

Jeff Rose presents Secured Credit Card Offers

Jim at Bargaineering presents Brick and Mortar Bank Myths

Madison presents Do Your Kids Need to File Taxes?

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Tom @ Canadian Finance Blog 2010/04/18 at 4:15 pm

Thanks for the mention Paul!

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Jaime 2010/04/18 at 7:04 pm

Just started using Remember the Milk and I LOVE it. I have used a lot of online task organizers but this one is easy and simple and works well. I only wish I had found it sooner!

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