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Friday Finance Links April 12, 2013 – Feels Like Winter Edition

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I think that we’ve had spring here in the Chicago area and that winter seems to be back.  It’s very cold for mid-April and rainy.  I’m looking forward to a low-key relaxing weekend.

Here are a few links to some great weekend financial reading.    

Personal Finance Blogs 

Jason describes The Day after the Initial Diagnosis: MS and Financial Planning at Hull Financial Planning.

Phil shares The True Impact of 529 Plans on Attendance, Affordability, and Financial Aid at PT Money.

Mario explains that Bitcoin is a Bubble Worth Watching in a guest post at The College Investor.

Posts from Fellow NAPFA Members 

Claire Emory discusses Retirement Planning After Losing A Spouse at Figuide.com.

Tom Posey tells us Retirement Hurdles: It’s Not Just The Money at Figuide.com.   

Other financial articles from around the web

Geoff Williams shares How to Protect Your Elderly Parents From Being Scammed at usnews.com.

Jeanette Pavini tells us Don’t let funeral fraud add to the grief at marketwatch.com.

Robert Powell discusses Raiding your retirement to pay for college at marketwatch.com.

In case you missed it here is my latest US News Smarter Investor Blog post Is Insurance An Option If IRA’s Are Capped?

Here’s wishing everyone a great weekend.  

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Comments

  1. Jason Hull says:

    Roger–Thanks for sharing my MS article and your kind comments in it. Have a great (and warm) weekend!

  2. Can’t wait to really enjoy the sun and have that summer vacation.. Thank for the links.

    • Roger Wohlner says:

      KC thanks for the comment. Here in the Chicago area we take any nice weather that we can get whenever it occurs.

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