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What I’m Reading – Aaron Rodgers vs. Peyton Manning Edition


This week’s Sunday Night Football match-up features my Green Bay Packers visiting the Denver Broncos. Besides being a match-up between two unbeaten teams, it is a rare pairing of the Packers Aaron Rodgers against the Broncos Peyton Manning. Both are certain first ballot Hall of Famers when they retire.

Here are a few good financial articles to read while waiting for the kickoff:

Barbara Friedberg discusses 7 Ways to Avoid International Checking Account Fees at Go Banking Rates.

Catey Hill shares These 100 execs have more retirement savings than 40% of America combined at Market Watch.

The big news this week were some changes in a popular couples Social Security filing strategy arising out of the Congressional budget deal and these folks covered this topic well.

Michael Kitces tell us that Congress Is Killing The File-And-Suspend And Restricted Application Social Security Strategies at Nerd’s Eye View.

Mark Miller discusses Budget deal will end Social Security file-and-suspend strategy at Retirement Revised.

Mike Piper informs us about New Social Security Rules: What You Need to Know at Oblivious Investor.

I continue to write for Investopedia, here are two of my recent contributions:

Your 401(k) Has Lousy Options? Here’s How to Deal

Retirement: You Can’t Save Too Much, But How Much is Enough?

I recently became a contributor for  Go Banking Rates, here are a couple of my recent contributions:

8 Things Not to Do in Retirement

12 Things You Should Never Do With Your Money

Happy Halloween! Enjoy the game. Go Pack Go!

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