Indian summer appears to be over here in Chicago, the weekend is supposed to be a chilly one. Can winter be far off?
Here are some articles and blog posts that I suggest for your weekend personal finance reading:
Personal Finance Blogs
Dollar Stretcher’s Gary Forman shares 16 Facts You Need to Know About Social Security – No Matter How Old You Are at usnews.com.
Carrie Smith tells us Why Making More Money is Crucial to Getting Out of Debt in a guest post at PT Money.
Beverly Harzog discusses Why You Need to Monitor Credit Card Accounts Online.
Harry Sit suggests we Find Out How Much You Paid Admin Fees in Your 401(k) or 403(b) at The Finance Buff.
Kevin Mulligan looks at Using a Roth IRA as an Emergency Fund – Pros and Cons at Free From Broke.
Jeremy writes about Using Online Calculators For Car Financing Decisions at Modest Money.
Posts from Fellow NAPFA members
Ken Weingarten asks How Would An Extra $124,342 Suit You In Retirement? at figuide.com.
Jeffrey Bogue guides us through Open Enrollment For Medicare Part C & D at figuide.com.
Other articles from around the web
Amy Hoak tells us that Mortgage rates will rise next year, but slowly at marketwatch.com.
Blake Ellis reports More colleges charging $50,000-plus a year at CNNMoney.
Linda Stern reports that Insurance industry woes could hit consumers at reuters.com.
Mutual Fund Share Classes and Your 401(k) is my latest contribution to the US News Smarter Investor Blog.
Thanks to Robert Powell at marketwatch.com for quoting me in Don’t let anyone sell you a booby-trap portfolio.
Here’s wishing everyone a great weekend.
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