Kay Bell is on Twitter, tweeting as taxtweet, and also hosts her blog Don’t Mess With Taxes, a pun, as she resides in Texas. I just read her post, Jon and Kate plus 8 divorce tax tips, in which she offers some great advice to folks looking to split up. I’d like to see her offer a part two in which she talks about estate planning. Eight kids, some vey high income (while the shows continues, anyway) and this should be on the Gossellin’s minds as well.
Curtis Ophoven of Pennyjobs.com suggests How To Prepare For a Long Recession, Start Savings 50% of Your Income. While I believe that kicking our saving rate to such unprecidented levels would send the economy into a death spiral, many of the point made were valid. I offer this post as one of the extreme reactions to the mess we are still facing.
ChristianPF hosted Jay Peroni’s What is a Roth 401(k)? 6 benefits you might care about an overview of the Roth 401(k). If your employer offers the Roth 401(k), you should read this article and consider if it’s right for you.
Last, was Kevin of NoDebtPlan who authored 5 Financial Lessons to Learn from Celebrity Deaths. When people die, it’s natural for us to reflect on our own circumstances, and Kevin offers 5 timely lessons after the recent grouping of celebrities who passed on.
Have a great week ahead.