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What I’m Reading – Winter Chill Edition

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It’s Valentine’s Day this weekend and it’s really cold out.  For the next week we are supposed to be in the “deep freeze” so to speak.  Our friends in the Boston area are supposed to get slammed with even more snow.  We will be spending Valentine’s Day inside, I’m making shrimp scampi for dinner and I made sure that we had appropriate sweets and some bubbly to celebrate as well.

Here are a few financial articles I suggest for some good financial reading this weekend:

Barbara Friedberg shares The Power of Raising 401(k) Contributions at Investopedia.

Anna Wroblewska details The 3 Keys of Effective Financial Planning at The Motley Fool.

Priya Anand warns us Looking for love? Watch out for these 3 scams at Market Watch.

Michael Santoli asks Negative interest rates: Coming to America? At Yahoo Finance.

Kevin Mercadante shows us how to determine Are You Being Paid What You’re Worth? at Cash Money Life.

Mike Piper answers How Do Child’s Benefits Affect Social Security Claiming Strategies? at Oblivious Investor.

Michelle Fox tells us Here’s how a janitor amassed an $8m fortune at CNBC via Yahoo Finance. 

I continue in my role as a contributor for Investopedia and here are my most recent articles for them:

Which ETFs You Should Avoid

How Advisors Can Fight Shrinking Management Fees

A Financial Advisor’s Guide to Millennial Clients

Robo-Advisors and a Human Touch: Better Together?

Planning for Healthcare Costs in Retirement

Enjoy the rest of your weekend.  Happy Valentines Day and stay warm.

Please feel free to contact me with your questions. 

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