May 6: Best from the blogosphere
May 6, 2013
By Sheryl Smolkin
There is lots of interesting reading in the blogosphere this week.
Squawkfox Kerry K. Taylor counsels husband Carl on what to do with the $100 bill he found.
On boomer & echo Boomer comments on senior discounts vanishing from our banks.
Marissa is a 20-something recent grad with credit card debt and student loans. On Thirty Six Months she talks about being a good consumer by voting with your wallet.
Timeless Finance blogger Adina J. says if she had the choice, she would earn more instead of spending less to stay solvent.
And finally, Riscario Insider reviews Toronto Star consumer columnist Ellen Roseman’s terrific new book Fightback: 81 ways to help you save money and protect yourself from corporate trickery.
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