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This Week’s Roundup

This week we start with the remarkably prolific Miranda Marquit’s article How to Rollover Your 401k to an IRA, an excellent overview of this tricky process.  The only minor point I’d add the her article – if you wish to convert from the 401(k) to a Roth IRA, it’s preferable to first transfer to a traditional [...]

A Biflation Roundup

Let’s start this week off with DoughRoller’s article Is Dave Ramsey Right that Credit Cards are Evil? Both DR and I are of a similar mind, the blame assigned to card use is far overdone. There are pros and cons to everything, and Dave’s “all or none” approach isn’t for all of us. At Consumerism [...]

Oil Keeping Inflation Down?

Let me repeat that: Oil Keeping Inflation Down? Yup, that’s what I am going to suggest. I think before I get to the oil impact, it’s important to discuss the word inflation. I recall in grad school courses defining inflation as “too much money chasing too few goods.” By that measure, do you observe that [...]

A “That’s So Maven” Roundup

They say puns are the lowest form of humor, yet puns go way back, well before Shakespeare. So today’s post title is my way of saying this is a roundup of my fellow Money Mavens, some of the best and brightest PF bloggers I know. Let’s start this week with a chapter from Financial Terms [...]

A Middle Class Roundup

Another interesting week in the blogosphere. Let’s get right to it – At Canadian Finance Blog – Tom Drake answers the age old question, How Much Do I Need To Retire? Actually, he offers more than that, a series of rules that will help lead the reader to his magic Number. Andrew Gordon tells us [...]

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