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Weekly Roundup – 10/20/06

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Here’s a quick look at some of the posts that caught my eye over the past week…

JLP has a nice post on building wealth with other people’s money.

Jim gives us the skinny on paying estimated taxes on a quarterly basis.

Flexo has a list of seven financial shortcuts to make your life easier.

Ask and ye shall receive… FMF spills the beans on his investment holdings.

MBH has some interesting insights into loaning money via Prosper.

Over on Raising4Boys, I talked about teaching kids the value of a dollar.

The Boglehead’s group review project is still going:

Chapter 12: Diversification
Chapter 13: Performance Chasing and Market Timing are Hazardous to Your Wealth
Chapter 14: Savvy Ways to Invest for College
Chapter 15: How to Manage a Windfall Successfully
Chapter 16: Do You Need an Advisor?

Finally, I’d like to close with a hat tip to The Consumerist, which has recently been covering a lot more personal finance (including some of my own).

Oh, and don’t forget to drop by the MBN Forums where you’ll find a lot of great discussions on a variety of topics related to personal finance, blogging, and personal finance blogging.

Published on October 22nd, 2006 - 2 Comments
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