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Weekly Roundup

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Nickel, by doing nothing, joined in a class action suit against Zurich Direct which settled recently. His take? $2.52. Drinks on Nickel!

FMF reviewed The Real Guide to Making Millions Through Real Estate, giving it 6 out of a possible 10 if you’re interested in real estate. He only gave it 3 stars if you were just looking for another personal finance book to educate yourself on (I’d argue that you probably shouldn’t read a book so fantastically bullish on real estate for that).

JLP goes through how to calculate the expected return on a portfolio.

MBH shares his thoughts on dollar cost averaging.

ING Direct has your 1099-INTs available online, Flexo has instructions on how to get them.

Jose Anes draws an analogy between the work dynamics of today and those of medieval times. If you read nothing else from this list, read this post.

Lastly, a lot of bloggers have recently spent a lot more time on the finance part of personal finance and less on the personal side (myself included), so I think that this post by Donna on putting the personal back in personal finance is quite timely and accurate.

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  1. Jose Anes says:

    Thanks for including the modern comparison of work dynamics. You have a great site here. I am renovating mine now.

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