It’s an overcast Saturday here in the Chicago area. Watching some college football and relaxing. We are looking forward to having everyone home this upcoming week.
Here are a few financial articles I suggest checking out for some good weekend reading:
Keli Grant asks Which country gives the most to charity? at CNBC.com.
Check out Barbara Freidberg’s first piece as a fellow contributor to Investopedia How Advisors Can Help Clients Stomach Volatility.
Jonathan Clements cautions that In retirement, a big house can lead to the poor house at Market Watch.
Sterling Raskie provides An End of Year Financial Checklist at Getting Your Financial Ducks in a Row.
Ben Steverman suggests Maybe You Don’t Need Long-Term Care Insurance After All at Bloomberg.
Mike Piper answers a reader question Are Dividends More Important Than Price Appreciation? at Oblivious Investor.
Here is my most recent contribution to Investopedia Financial Advisor Salary.
Enjoy your weekend, back to college football. I’m hoping for a big Packer victory over the hated Vikings this weekend as well. I wish you, your families, and loved ones a wonderful Thanksgiving.