Halloween is behind us, I’ve consumed my quota of Butterfinger candy bars until next year. This is also the last weekend for listening to those annoying campaign ads, good riddance. Lastly and most importantly, best wishes to all who were impacted by Sandy earlier this week.
Here are some articles and blog posts that I suggest for your weekend personal finance reading:
Personal Finance Blogs
Andrea Belzer Travillian asks What is an Index Fund and Should You be Investing in Them at Take a Smart Step.
Ornella Grosz discusses Gen Y: How They Are Changing Banking at her Moneylicious Blog.
Kay Bell tells us about some Happy Halloween tax breaks! at Don’t Mess With Taxes.
Learn about 5 Employer Benefits You Might Be Missing Out On at MoneyNing.
J.P. answers the question Can You Trade If The Stock Market Closes? at Novel Investor.
Posts from Fellow NAPFA members
Carolyn McClanahan wrote Navigating Medicare Multiple Choice And A Case Against Vouchers at forbes.com.
Don Martin asks Which Are Riskier – Bonds Or Stocks? at Figuide.com.
Other articles from around the web
Chris Gay asks Is Asset Management Just a Glorified Lottery? at usnews.com.
Quentin Fotrell tells us about George Lucas’ Jedi estate planning at marketwatch.com.
Glenn Ruffenach writes that Health coverage shrinks for young retirees at marketwatch.com.
In case you missed it here is my latest post for the US News Smarter Investor Blog Nearing Retirement? 5 Must-Do Steps.
Here’s wishing everyone a great weekend.