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Friday Finance Links October 5, 2012


Looks like there will be a bit of a nip in the air this weekend; fall is upon us here in Chicago.  Can winter and snow blowingThumbnail for version as of 14:19, 5 September 2012 the driveway be far behind?  Good excuse (like I needed one) to plant myself on the couch and catch the Packers on Sunday.

Here are some articles and blog posts that I suggest for your weekend personal finance reading: 

Personal Finance Blogs

Phil Taylor looks at the issue Should You Payoff the Mortgage (s) Early? at PT Money.

Hank Coleman tells us Why Your Stay At Home Spouse Needs Life Insurance at Money Q&A.

Kevin Mulligan discusses the Disadvantages of Target Date Retirement Funds at Cash Money Life.

Posts from Fellow NAPFA members

Don Martin shows us the Best Way To Buy Bonds at FiGuide.com.

Anthony Farella writes about 401(k) Disclosure Coming To Your Statement at FiGuide.com.

Other articles from around the web

Chuck Jaffe provides 6 reasons to dump a bad mutual fund at Market Watch.com.

Kimberly Palmer tells us How to Market Your Business Online at usnews.com.

Aaron Pressman discussed Vanguard’s recent decision to switch index providers Vanguard dumps MSCI indexes from 22 funds to cut costs at MSN Money.

Phillip Moeller says that Estate-Tax Changes Would Affect More Than the Super Rich at usnews.com.

In case you missed it here is my latest post for the US News Smarter Investor Blog Using the “Four Percent Rule” for Retirement Planning. 

Here’s wishing everyone a great weekend.  

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