Money Madness: Final Four Time!

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The Elite Eight is now history, and the FreeMoneyFinance tournament has entered the Final Four. I’m pleased to report that Raising4Boys and FiveCentNickel both fared well in the last round, posting a 2-1 record with Raising4Boys beating FiveCentNickel for the single loss.

Here are the full results:

Ten Simple Ways to Cover Your Ass(ets)
defeated
Getting Rid Of Your Debt Without Worrying About The Latte Factor

Teaching Kids the Value of a Dollar
defeated (crushed, actually)
Dave Ramsey is Bad at Math

As an aside, the Final Four features yet another Death Match between FiveCentNickel and NCN of NoCreditNeeded. As it turns out, NCN has expressed a desire to crush me beneath his boot (his words, not mine). I would, of course, prefer to avoid that if at all possible, so…

I’d like to encourage you to drop by the Final Four post and, assuming that you like them, please vote for Ten Simple Ways to Cover Your Ass(ets) and/or Teaching Kids the Value of a Dollar. Thanks!

Published on March 24th, 2007 - Leave a Comment
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