The Best of May 2007

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May was another great month at Raising4Boys, thanks in large part to contributions from readers such as yourself. We just wanted to take a moment to thank those of you who stop by and comment. If you like what you see here, keep in mind that you can have the full-text of everything that we write delivered to you via RSS or e-mail (details). Here are our favorite posts from the month of May:

» An Insolent Child, Part II: Is He Rude or Just Clueless?
» Top 5 Reasons Boys are Better Than Girls
» An Insolent Child, Part III: Are Insolent Kids Just a Sign of the Times?
» Potty Training and Public Displays of Urination
» Fire Ants and Kids Don’t Mix (Plus, How to Treat Stings)
» How Not to Coach a Kids’ Soccer Team
» Free Summer Movies for Kids
» Pirates of the Caribbean: At Wit’s End
» The Number One Reason Boys are Better Than Girls

And here are my favorites from FiveCentNickel (subscribe):

» Three Ways to Make Your IRA Work Harder
» How Do You Keep Track of Receipts?
»
The Convenience of Using a Debit Card
» The Downside of Debit Cards
» Five Reasons That Credit Cards Rock and Debit Cards Suck
» New Citi Dividend Platinum Rewards Promotion
» CitiBank’s “All-Electronic” Program Sure Involves a lot of Paper
» The Importance of Buying Flood Insurance
» Roth IRA Conversion Limits Going Away
» New 0% Balance Transfer Credit Card Offers
» John Bogle’s Favorite Mutual Fund Companies
» Net Worth vs. Net Investable Assets
» Citi Dividend Platinum Select Card Conversions?
» Are You a 0% Credit Card Daredevil?
» Save Money on Life Insurance by Paying Annually

Published on June 7th, 2007 - Leave a Comment
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