It’s Labor Day Weekend and the college football season is starting, what more needs to be said? Here are some articles and blog posts that I suggest for your weekend personal finance reading:
Personal Finance Blogs
Barbara Freidberg shares her EXPERT FINANCIAL ADVICE; WHAT NOT TO DO WITH YOUR INVESTMENTS NOW.
Novel Investor discusses Options For Your 401(k) Rollover. Important stuff to consider in today’s employment environment where it is likely that you will work for several employers over the course of your career.
Local mortgage broker Gene Mundt blogs It’s Back to School Time? Does your child Know the ABCs of Credit and Finance?
Jordana Stein shares Understanding Politics: How Democrats and Republicans Differ on Managing the Economy at Go Girl Finance.
Posts from Fellow NAPFA members
Tom Orecchio tells us why Now’s The Time To Refinance at Figuide.com.
Holly Thomas shares Budgeting Lessons From An 18 Year Old? at Figuide.com.
Other articles from around the web
Christine Benz illustrates A Sample Retirement Portfolio Using the Bucket Approach at Morningstar.com.
Rob Silverblatt discusses Paul Ryan’s Pet Mutual Fund Project at usnews.com.
Andrea Coombes tells us that Half of Americans die with almost no money at marketwatch.com.
I took a week off from my regular weekly contribution to the US News Smarter Investor blog, but you can get links to my prior posts at my US News author page.
Thanks to Nicole Coulter at RIA Central for her post Will 401(k) Participants Pay for Financial Advice? which is in part based on a recent post on this blog.
Here’s wishing everyone a great weekend.
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