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Monday, March 20, 2006

This Week's Carnival Of The Capitalists

Since today is Monday, it must be time for the COTC. This week's Carnival is up at Casey Software. There are a lot of good pieces, but here are the ones I enjoyed most:
In The Art of the Handshake, Steve Mertz talks about the importance of a "good" handshake.

Random Thoughts discusses Getting a "Stop Doing" list. The best line? "Saying NO is never easy but has to be done."

Dan Melson at SearchLight Crusade talks about Debt Consolidation Refinance - Pros and Cons. As always, Dan has an extremely informative post, with things you can actually use.

Perry at Eidelblog asks a very good question: If your compensation isn't enough, why do you work there? If a person had a better option, they would take it.

The Net Worth Blog points out that “past performance is not an indicator of future performance" in Beware Historical P/E.

VoluntaryXchange breaks down zero-coupon bonds (and their tax implications) in The Phantom Tax and IRS Pinheads. Don't hold back - tell us what you really think, Dave.
That's it for this week. Check around to see what else is there, since there's always an amazing selection of things at the COTC.

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