As we all expected Congress “rescued” us at the last minute with a deal to avert the Fiscal Cliff. The financial markets reacted favorably, but I think 2013 will be a very interesting year financially.
Here is some weekend financial reading for the first weekend of the New Year.
Personal Finance Blogs
Peter tells us Fiscal Cliff Deal Passes Congress. What Is In The Bill And Why Your Taxes Are Probably Going Up at Bible Money Matters.
Andrea asks Goal Setting: Are Your Goals Large Enough at Take a Smart Step.
Ken explains What is Cash Flow and Cash Flow Earnings? at AAAMP Blog.
Ornella asks Are Your New Year’s Resolutions About Problem Solving? at Moneylicious.
Posts from Fellow NAPFA Members
Lon Jeffries asks Is Your Financial Professional Truly A Financial Advisor? at Figuide.com.
Claire Emory offers some Down To Earth Financial Planning Advice at Figuide.com.
Other financial articles from around the web
Christine Benz explains What the Tax Deal Means for Your Portfolio Plan at morningstar.com
Sam Forgione informs us that Investors swarmed U.S. stock ETFs as fiscal deal reached: Lipper at reuters.com
Robert Powell shares Roth conversions easier, but are they right? at marketwatch.com.
In case you missed it here is my latest post for the US News Smarter Investor Blog Post-Cliff Financial Plans for 2013.
Here’s wishing everyone a prosperous 2013.
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