May 27: Best from the blogosphere
May 27, 2013
By Sheryl Smolkin
This week we catch up with some bloggers who share stories and ideas about spending.
Million Dollar Journey suggests 7 smart ways to spend your tax return.
The Blunt Bean Counter shelled out for an well-deserved vacation, but he says Air Canada lost his luggage when he went to Dominican Republic at the end of tax season.
On boomer & echo, boomer considers how to pick a perfect mortgage.
Pete the Planner thinks giving yourself an allowance when you are in debt is stupid.
And Gail Vaz-Oxlade reminds us that “keeping up” with others can keep you from saving.
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