Objective information about financial planning, investments, and retirement plans

Friday Finance Links January 11, 2013


I drove our son back to college so we are once again empty nesters.  The Packers are still alive in the playoffs and have a tough game tomorrow against the 49ers.  And yes it is 55 degrees here in Chicago in January.


Here is some weekend financial reading for the first weekend of the New Year. 

Personal Finance Blogs 

Doug provides some great resources in The ROA Bulletin on Veteran Administration benefits, Medicare, and Medicaid at The Military Guide.

Kevin explains Retirement Planning in Your 20s at Cash Money Life.

Ken tells us how to Find Stocks Using a Stock Screener at AAAMP Blog.

Andrea addresses a Reader Question:  How to Find My Debt at Take A Smart Step. 

Posts from Fellow NAPFA Members 

Jim Blankenship tells us to Pay Yourself First at Figuide.com.

Curt Sheldon shares Military Retirement, VA Benefits and a Guy Named Strickland at Figuide.com. 

Other financial articles from around the web 

Mark Miller explains Health-Care Costs: Why Your Location Really Matters  at morningstar.com.

Ronald Orol reveals Money funds moving to publish NAVs daily at marketwatch.com.

Rob Silverblatt tells us What to Expect From Bond Mutual Funds in 2013 at usnews.com.

In case you missed it here is my latest post for the US News Smarter Investor Blog Dig Deep When Using Target Date-Funds.

Here’s wishing everyone a great weekend.

Photo credit:  Flickr

Enhanced by Zemanta

Don't miss another post, subscribe via email

If you enjoyed this article, please enter your email address to receive the latest updates about financial planning, investments, and retirement plans.


  1. You’re a Packer fan in Chicago? That’s gotta be uncomfortable a couple weekends a year!

Speak Your Mind