If the end of the Mayan calendar really signals the end of the world today, this will be my last Friday links post.
Assuming this is not the case, big day today. I’m heading up to Milwaukee for lunch with the “Old Boyz” a group of guys from high school who get together a couple times per year. It’s always great to see everyone. This evening our oldest is flying into O’ Hare. It will great to have all three kids at home for the holidays.
Here is some great weekend financial reading:
Personal Finance Blogs
Glen discusses The Roth vs. Traditional IRA – Which is Best for You? at Free From Broke.
Carrie answers What Should You Give Your Clients for the Holidays? at Careful Cents.
Todd shared How To Secure Your Retirement With These 9 Savings Strategies in a guest post at Money Saving Enthusiast.
Joe offers tips on Planning For The End Of Days – It All Ends Tomorrow in a guest post at Modest Money.
Posts from Fellow NAPFA Members
Jim Blankenship shares Another Good Reason To Delay Social Security Benefits at Figuide.com.
Jean Keener discusses How To give To Charity Wisely and Well at Figuide.com.
Other financial articles from around the web
Christine Benz shares A Year-End Financial To-Do List for Retirees at morningstar.com.
Karin Stifler tells us How to assess your risk capacity at marketwatch.com.
David Blake offers 5 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Handing Someone a Used Gift at usnews.com.
In case you missed it here is my latest post for the US News Smarter Investor Blog 5 Year-end 401(k) To Dos.
Here’s wishing everyone a great weekend and for those who celebrate a Merry Christmas.
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