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Weekly Roundup – 12/29/06

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

Jim wants to know if your retirement investing strategy is tax efficient.

MBH applies lessons learned from crocheting to his investing life.

FMF has a tip for saving on prescription drugs.

Flexo talks about goal setting.

JLP is asking people to share their goals for 2007.

MyRetirementBlog talks about the importance of naming a beneficiary for your IRA. This is something that we actually need to change around, as the secondary beneficiary of our IRAs needs to be changed to a testamentary trust with our kids as beneficiaries, as opposed to just leaving it to our kids.

MyTwoDollars has some tips for starting your financial year off on the right foot.

Finally, here’s a interesting post on how cash-strapped students and recent grads can contribute to charities without breaking the bank.

That’s it for now. See you next year! (Sorry, couldn’t resist.)

Published on December 31st, 2006 - Leave a Comment
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