Thankfully the NFL settled their labor dispute with the replacement refs so I don’t have to find a way to weasel out of my threat to boycott Sunday’s Packers-Saints game. Biggest story of the week as even the two presidential candidates weighed in.
Here are some articles and blog posts that I suggest for your weekend personal finance reading:
Personal Finance Blogs
Michael tells us that The NFL is Teaching the World a Valuable Business Lesson at PT Money.
Joe shares A Letter to the 47%ers at JoeTaxpayer Blog.
Jeremy outlines The Real Costs of Running a Blog Business at Modest Money.
Scott Wallace asks Do risk free investments really exist? At Retire Happy Blog.
Ken Faulkenberry explains What is Exponential Growth, Double Time, and the Rule of 72? at AAAMP Blog.
Posts from Fellow NAPFA members
Blair H. duQuesnay posted You Don’t Have to Earn a Ton of Money to Retire Comfortably. Blair is a fee-only planner who is not yet in NAPFA, hopefully that will change in the near future as I think she would be a great addition to our organization.
Rick Rogers tells about Donating Appreciated Property?
Other articles from around the web
Christine Benz offers some tips in Looking Ahead: Your Fourth-Quarter Financial To Do List at Morningstar.com
Daniel Bortz lists some Important Things to Consider When Preparing Your Will at US News.com.
Chris Carosa describes Mom-The Practically Perfect Picture of a Fiduciary at Fiduciary News.
In case you missed it here is my latest contribution to the US News Smarter Investor blog Are ETF Price Wars a Good Thing?
I also want to thank Joe at JoeTaxpayer Blog for contributing the first guest post ever on this blog earlier this week.
Here’s wishing everyone a great weekend.
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