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Friday Finance Links November 23, 2012 – Thanksgiving Weekend Edition


Now that we’ve all hopefully recovered from our Thanksgiving food coma, here are some great articles for your weekend finance reading:

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Personal Finance Blogs  

Luke explains The Black Friday Hoax at Consumerism Commentary.

Miranda asks Happy Thanksgiving: Are You Thankful? at Planting Money Seeds.

John shares this moving post 4 Minutes That Changed My Life Forever II, a Thoughtful Thanksgiving at Frugal Rules.

Michael lists 7 ETF Inovations To Be Thankful For at ETF Database.

Erin offers 100 Words On: Donating to the Company Charity Drive in a guest post at Len Penzo dot Com.

Posts from Fellow NAPFA members 

Jim Blankenship shares A Dozen Ways To Increase Your Savings Rate at FiGuide.com.

Curt Sheldon explains Deploy To A Combat Zone?  Check Out The Earned Income Tax Credit at Figuide.com.  

Other articles from around the web 

Scott Holsopple shares Your Thanksgiving Dinner as Retirement Plan at usnews.com.

Jennifer Waters explains Why are retailers ruining Thanksgiving? at marketwatch.com.

Harrison Monarth shares Wal-Mart and the perils of ignoring staff complaints at CNNMoney.

In case you missed it here is my latest post for the US News Smarter Investor Blog 4 Reasons to Be Thankful for Your 401(k).

Here’s wishing everyone a great weekend.

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  1. Thanks so much for the mention Roger. I think we’re still recovering from our coma. Have a great weekend!

    • Roger Wohlner says:

      You’re welcome John. I’m the only one awake at my house as I write this, the food coma really kicked in last night. Enjoy your weekend as well.

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