This week my wife and I are traveling to Dallas for a wedding. It's my first trip to Texas. We are planning to see the The Sixth Floor Museum as we've heard a lot of great things about it. However, we don't know a great place for good authentic Texan BBQ. Does anyone have suggestions? Also if you know any other good tourist attractions, I'd love to hear them.
I'll trade personal finance links for your Dallas information?
- Brip Blap shares this tip on how to keep a customer happy.
- Digerati Life blogs about Leveraged ETF Investing: more risk with more reward.
- In time for Halloween Frugal Dad posts spooky money stories.
- Learn how to satisfy your need for books and movies without spending a fortune at Generation X Finance.
- Million Dollar Journey gives advice on the dreadful bill collector "“ how to handle them.
- Money Smart Life on outsourcing your investing decisions. Do you do it?
- My Dollar Plan writes earning interest and dividends on someone else's dime.
- Sun's Financial Diary asks is ally bank in trouble?
Top PF Posts:
- All That Glitters Isn't Gold - The Casual Observer points out "Items that are marketed as 'collector's items' rarely become items that collectors truly desire." Well said, Kosmo!
- Investing Toolkit writes how to invest for business growth.
- Rich Credit Debt Loan expounds on the meaning of a credit score.
- Debt Free 4 Ever asks should you be debt free before getting married?
- Midlife Beginnings blogs about selling laptops on eBay.
- Get Rich Slowly says small amounts matter.
- Moolanomy warns even good debt can be bad!
- Tech CU Money Savvy asks if a disaster hits, is your bank or credit union prepared?
- My New Choice gives these tips to manage your checking account and save money.
- Darwin's Finance discusses family money - fairness vs. favoritism in gifting, wills and more.
- Money Crashers gives 3 reasons why you should avoid bankruptcy.
- Wise Bread offers 19 tips to cut costs by using your oven efficiently.
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