This weeks Carnival of Personal Finance is being hosted by Free Money Finance. As always, there is plenty of good information at the carnival that could save you some good money. My recent article about opening an EmigrantDirect savings account was included in this week’s Carnival of Personal Finance.
A funny thing happened to the Carnival of the Capitalists this week. It was missing in action this Monday. The CIO Weblog was originally slated to host this weeks carnival, but apparently the was some sort of miscommunication. (Not surprising that the tech oriented CIOs had a communication breakdown. In my organization, it’s a common occurance. Chief Information Officers seem to focus on the technology aspect of information and data management, and often fail to communicate and disseminate the information that they manage.)
AnyLetter picked up the slack amidst this confusion and hosted the Carnival of the Capitalists this week. Andrew Hughes did a great job pulling this together at the last minute. My recent article regarding an extension for Sarbanes-Oxley compliance for small corporations was included in AnyLetter’s post.
I’ll be out of town for the next two days, so there may be some delays in the current going private transactions list. However, when I come back I’m hoping to finally complete my major upgrade to the going private transactions list. Stay tune…