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Bored? Read These Goodies!

Posted By Jim On 01/14/2007 @ 12:47 pm In Personal Finance | No Comments

Flexo takes a look at the US News and World Reports Investing Guide, Part 1 [3].

Nickel gives two options (really only one is any good) on how to correct an overcontribution to your Roth IRA [4]. I may have to do one of these for last year… argh.

JLP has a great resource listing all the tax benefit phaseouts [5], this is something you should bookmark.

MBH write about sixteen ways that being disorganized could cost you money [6]. MBH also mentions that he’s a P on the Myers-Briggs, seeing as how I’m a P as well, it’s surprising that I would despise him so much. Incidentally, I’m an ENTP with a strong emphasis on both E and N, a slight emphasis on T and a moderate emphasis on the P.

FMF takes a look at poor financial health of the average American [7]. “The average U.S. citizen works 44 years, then retires with a $46,000 net worth, excluding home equity.” Holy crap.


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[3] US News and World Reports Investing Guide, Part 1: http://www.consumerismcommentary.com/2007/01/09/us-news-annual-investing-guide-part-1/

[4] overcontribution to your Roth IRA: http://www.fivecentnickel.com/2007/01/11/correcting-roth-ira-contribution-mistakes/

[5] great resource listing all the tax benefit phaseouts: http://allfinancialmatters.com/2007/01/10/phaseouts-for-tax-benefits/

[6] being disorganized could cost you money: http://www.mightybargainhunter.com/2007/01/11/sixteen-ways-being-disorganized-costs-you-money/

[7] poor financial health of the average American: http://www.freemoneyfinance.com/2007/01/poor_financial_.html

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