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What I’m Reading NFL Conference Championship Edition

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Its conference championship weekend in the NFL. The winners of the two games on Sunday will play in two weeks in the Super Bowl.  The Indianapolis Colts play the New England Patriots in the late game.  The first game has my beloved Green Bay Packers visiting the defending champs the Seattle Seahawks.  A tough place to win so I’m hoping Aaron Rodgers and the rest of the team are up to the task.

While you are waiting for the game or if you are not into football here are a few financial articles I suggest for some good weekend financial reading:

Jim Blankenship tells us why Debt Consolidation Loans Don’t Work (But You Might Get it to Work For You!) at Getting Your Financial Ducks in a Row.

Ryan Guina asks When Will I Get My Tax Refund? 2014 Tax Year Refund Schedule at Cash Money Life.

Mike Piper answers Why is Currency Risk Bad? at Oblivious Investor.

Barbara Friedberg discusses Monthly Pension Or Lump-Sum: Which Is Better? At Investopedia.

Josh Friedman writes Pimco’s Assets Declined 10% in Quarter After Gross Exit at Bloomberg.

Cliff Goldstein discusses The best time to start taking Social Security at Market Watch.

Alan Roth warns Non-Traded REITs – Warning, Danger Ahead on the AARP Blog.

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

Why Retirement Advice Is Better But Still Lacking

How To Explain Portfolio Rebalancing To Clients

What To Do When Your Client Behaves Badly

How Financial Advisors Can Help Gun-Shy Investors

Enjoy the rest of your weekend.  Let’s Go Packers!

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