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Friday Finance Links February 8, 2013 – Blizzard Edition


Newsflash it’s February.  We finally got some real measurable snow in the Midwest; I think we have received 7 or so inches here in Chicago’s Northwest suburbs.  Good luck to our friends on the East Coast this weekend with the severe blizzard that is forecast.

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

Personal Finance Blogs  

Miranda asks Is Your Income Information for Sale? at Cash Money Life.

Mike urges us to Beware of Backtested Market-Beating Strategies at Oblivious Investor.

Kay explains that Casinos’ tax contributions extend beyond Super Bowl wagers at Don’t Mess With Taxes. 

Posts from Fellow NAPFA Members  

Lon Jeffries asks Should You Delay Taking Social Security? at Figuide.com.

Robert Schmansky explains Bond Laddering: Generating Income From Your Portfolio at Figuide.com.   

Other financial articles from around the web 

Christine Benz shares How to Invest RMD’s You Don’t Need at morningstar.com.

Josh Charlson tells us that Morningstar is Bringing the Morningstar Analyst Rating to Target-Date Series at morningstar.com.

Dan Solin explains The Hidden Danger of Being a Sophisticated Investor  at usnews.com.

In case you missed it here is my latest post for the US News Smarter Investor Blog Should You Switch to a Roth 401(k)? 

Here’s wishing everyone a great weekend.

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