Money Madness: The Elite Eight

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Please pardon the frequent updates, but the Sweet Sixteen in is now in the books, and the Elite Eight has now been posted over at FreeMoneyFinance. I’m pleased to report than Raising4Boys and FiveCentNickel went a combined 3-0. Thanks to all who voted.

Here are our results in the Sweet Sixteen:

Teaching Kids the Value of a Dollar
defeated
The Science (Fiction) of Coupons

Dave Ramsey is Bad at Math
defeated
Don’t Let Real Estate Clean You Out

Ten Simple Ways to Cover Your Ass(ets)
defeated
Make Multiple Debt Payments Every Month

Unfortunately, the Elite Eight presents us with another good news, bad news situation… Dave Ramsey is Bad at Math is facing off with Teaching Kids the Value of a Dollar so… While we’re guaranteed a win and a spot in the Final Four, we’re also guaranteed a loss. The other matchup pits Ten Simple Ways to Cover Your Ass(ets) against Getting Rid of Debt Without Worrying About the Latte Factor.

Published on March 20th, 2007 - Leave a Comment
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