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What To Read This Weekend

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FMF writes about how to maximize retirement savings.

Like father like son… Nickel’s progeny saved up some cash and is buying a Nikon L10 while daddy reminds us to max out that Roth IRA!

I did my taxes online this year, as I’ve done every year for the past four, and I wasn’t even aware of any security issues until Flexo wrote about how TurboTax fixed a security flaw in their software. Yikes.

Many personal finance bloggers keep a running total of their net worth, some public, some privately, and it looks like JLP is joining the tracking net worth fun! I am waiting for the day when the folks who just track their net worth start blogging! (incidentally, if that’s you, Net Worth IQ added a blogging feature a while back)

MBH talks about discount grocery stores, something I don’t think I have around here, expanding their inventory.

I don’t know how much time Nick spent on his Your Total Measure of Wealth: Job Status but his work is your gain – answer some questions to figure out your job status quotient. My quotient was a 100, thought I’m not sure entirely what that means. I enjoy my job, it is challenging, entertaining, rewarding and I like the people I work with.

Tax Corner
Still not done? There are several useful resource around the web that can help you if you have any last minute tax blues. My personal favorites are the Tax Guru and Kay Bell’s Don’t Mess With Taxes. Also, the Consumerist has a tax roundup of their articles that might answer your burning question.

Last but not least, Cap says it’s okay not to be hardcore about personal finance.

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3 Responses to “What To Read This Weekend”

  1. Nick says:

    You should receive a description when you get your job status quotient that explains it a bit more. 100 is the highest score which means you’re in a great position job-wise. I expected about 5% of users would get 95 or 100; looking at the logs, that appears to be the case so far.

    Hope you enjoyed it! The next part will be out soon and will feature another opportunity for you to get a shiny score for something or other. 🙂

  2. dong says:

    I think nick needs to quit his job or he’s lyring about the time he’s spending at his job. There’s no way he work 6-7 days a week and then has the time to come up with his survey….and still make love to his wife.

  3. Flexo says:

    Thanks for the link!

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