MainStreet aims to bring you a summary of the best personal finance content from around the web. After harvesting the vastly expanding personal finance blogosphere, MainStreet thinks you should check these out:
Great Depression Cooking With Clara has a charming collection of videos explaining cheap cooking tips from someone who lived through the Great Depression.
Five Cent Nickel shows you how to survive this income tax season without an audit.
Free Money Finance posts a list of 15 Things For Which We Over-Pay.
I Will Teach You To Be Rich throws down the gauntlet at a fellow personal finance blogger to a savings challenge.
Moolanomy has an interesting graphical introduction to peer-to-peer lending.
Money Compare unleashes a gorgeous list of what $500,000 currently buys in the global housing market.
The Digerati Life wonders about the stimulus tax credit: “Should I spend it or save it?”
Wise Bread begins cataloging and ranking over 100 individual personal finance blogs.
Ladies Who Launch compiles a 10-point checklist for starting your own business.
Being Frugal has some innovative frugal decorating tips.
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