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Weekly Blog Roundup
Posted By Jim On 11/26/2006 @ 11:59 am In Personal Finance | No Comments
Do you want a Spring cell phone plan for a mere $20? Read about how anyone can take part in the Sprint Employee Referral Offer  on Hustler Money.
Nickel shares some of his experiences with drawing up an estate plan .
MBH continues the discussion of how much is your time worth  and believes that “it depends.” (which I agree with)
Flexo writes about the new dollar coins  the Mint is about to release.
FMF shares some of the comments on his post about the purpose of tithing .
Last but not least, being a Financial Advisor, JLP is in a knowledgeable (albeit conflicted) position to give advice on what a fair amount to pay for financial advice is . While shelling out $150-$200 for advice is a little steep from my mid-twenties “never talked with an advisor” mentality, he is correct in that if it can save you thousands in mistakes, it’s clearly worth it. But when they say that monkeys with darts can out pick experts, it’s a little difficult to justify paying more than a handful of bananas… right?
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 anyone can take part in the Sprint Employee Referral Offer: http://www.hustlermoneyblog.com/?p=42
 drawing up an estate plan: http://www.fivecentnickel.com/2006/11/22/putting-together-an-estate-plan/
 how much is your time worth: http://www.mightybargainhunter.com/2006/11/22/whats-your-time-worth-be-honest/
 new dollar coins: http://www.consumerismcommentary.com/2006/11/22/us-mint-will-try-dollar-coins-again/
 comments on his post about the purpose of tithing: http://www.freemoneyfinance.com/2006/11/thoughts_on_the.html
 fair amount to pay for financial advice is: http://allthingsfinancialblog.com/2006/11/22/question-of-the-day-fees-financial-planners/
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