It’s a bit of a lazy Sunday here and I am half surfing the web and half watching the NCAA Men’s basketball tournament. I’m not the college basketball fan that I once was, but I still love March Madness and watch every game that I can.
Here are some financial articles that I’ve read lately that you might find interesting and useful:
The Ultimate Guide to Understanding Your 401(k) A great piece loaded with information for those who might be new to 401(k) investing or who just want to learn a bit more by Harry Campbell on his blog Your Personal Finance Pro.
Five strategies to get the most Social Security another excellent and informative piece by Robert Powell at Market Watch.
And You Thought Just Tuition Was Expensive a nice piece on the Morningstar site that discusses how college expenses other than tuition can really put a strain on parents and students trying to pay for college.
Are You Paying Too Much For Mutual Funds? Dana Anspach does a good job of addressing this important question at U.S. News.
The IRS Releases Their “Dirty Dozen” Tax Scams for 2014 was featured on Jim Blankenship’s excellent blog Getting Your Financial Ducks in a Row.
Americans and Retirement: 3 Worrying New Findings discusses EBRI’s most recent Retirement Confidence survey on Wall Street Cheat Sheet.
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Well that’s it I hope you enjoy some of these articles and the rest of your Sunday. I’ve watched a couple of good tournament games so far with hopefully more to follow. Cool and sunny here today, but none the less good grilling weather, chicken is on the menu for tonight.
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