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The Weekly Personal Finance Digest – One Busy Weekend

Debt Roundup Personal Finance DigestWhat a crazy, busy weekend everyone.  We had family in town on both sides and we were running all over the place.  I am exhausted!  Seriously just ready to go to bed.  My son’s sleep schedule is all off because he loves being a part of the party.  This means he would stay up until 10 and that was not good in any shape or form.  I am pushing through as usual, but I am going to keep this week’s personal finance digest short and sweet.  So, let’s get going!

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This Week’s Reads on Debt Roundup

Top Personal Finance Articles

A Special Thanks

I like to shout out to other websites and blogs that mention my articles.  I really appreciate your support and Debt Roundup wouldn’t be what it is today without you.  Here are the websites that linked to my articles this week.

Stacking Benjamins, The Tortoise Banker, Carnival of Money Pros, Life and My Finances, Carnival of Financial Camaraderie, Carnival of Financial Independence, Canadian Budget Binder, Money Smart Guides, On Target Coach, Mom and Dad Money, Common Cents Wealth, Prairie EcoThrifter, Young Adult Money, Yakezie Carnival, Carnival of Retirement, Clever Dude, Gen Y Finance Journey

I hope everyone had a great weekend.  Did you do anything exciting this weekend?

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About Grayson Bell

I am an average Joe, who built up over $50,000 worth of credit card debt and had to learn how to break it back down. It took 4 years of learning budgets, secrets, and many other personal finance tricks in order to cut the debt to $0. Now, I push to teach others not only how to get out of debt, but how to use credit wisely and how to start growing their wealth. You can view my other site, Sprout Wealth for ways to grow your money. I am also a freelance personal finance writer who provides staff writing and ghost writing services.


  1. Thanks Grayson for the mention of my “Car Loan or Pay Cash?” piece, much appreciated.
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  2. Looks like some good reads I will be checking out.

  3. Thanks for the mention mate. A few new blogs I might check out.
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  4. Derek | - Money Saving, Making Money, and Investment Ideas

    Yes, I found the article on car (loans vs cash) a very interesting one. I’m very opinionated when it comes to this topic, and it was great to read some of the discussion. Thanks!

  5. Thanks for the shout out Grayson. My son loves being in on the action too, so whenever we have company his schedule gets thrown way off. It usually takes a couple of days to get it back. Good luck!
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  6. I remember those days, man….my kids would get all hyped up by being around relatives for a few days and it would then take 3-4 days to get them back on schedule.
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