Welcome to the Festival of Frugality Milton Friedman edition. While working in the field of finance/economics we become cognizant of others who have made an impact in our line of work. Milton Friedman was born this day in 1912. He was an economic advisor to Ronald Reagan and his monetary theory influenced the Federal Reserves response to the global financial crisis. He was named by The Economist as the most influential economist of the second half of the 20th Century. If you are bored Google his name there is a great deal that he contributed to modern day monetary policy and economics.
Now on to what we have all been waiting for, this weeks picks for the Festival of Frugality.
Neal Frankle presents Should You Have A Joint Bank Account With Your Spouse? posted at Wealth Pilgrim.
Squeezer presents How to strech your dollars when you are unemployed posted at Personal Finance Success.
Martin presents Every Little Detail to Help You Move Without Losing Your Mind posted at Studenomics.
Lance presents It Pays to Ask For More – Coke Zero Commercial “And…?” posted at Money Life & More.
Katie presents Save money on small business marketing… by DIY blogging! posted at The Discount Coder Blog.
Emma-Lou Montgomery presents 5 Reasons Why You Should Scrap This Year’s Holiday posted at TotallyMoney.
CCS presents Use a Balance Transfer Credit Card to Save Money as You Pay Off Debt posted at Credit Card Smarts.
Glen Craig presents Grow Your Own Garden This Summer to Save at the Grocery Store posted at Free From Broke .
Ben Feldman presents Can The Mortgage Forgiveness Debt Relief Act Help You? posted at ReadyForZero Blog.