I’m currently on vacation, relaxing and having a great time with family. Our trip started with a largely uneventful two day drive and is continuing with an extended lakefront stay. Next weekend, we’ll reverse course with some fun stops along the way.
Things will keep ticking along here on the site, though my posting frequency may (or may not) be affected. We’ll just have to see how things play out. 😉
And now… Here are some articles that caught my eye this past week:
- No, Time Certainly is Not Money — The key difference? There’s no way to get your time back once you’ve squandered it.
- Ensuring You Won’t Run Out of Money in Retirement — You can secure income for your golden years by building a “minimum income floor.”
- Getting the Cash Price on Gas Plus Credit Card Rewards — This is a nice little strategy for those that want to have their cake and eat it, too.
- Why are Funds of Funds Tax Inefficient? — If you’re looking to maximize tax efficiency, you may want to roll your own solution vs. using an all-in-one fund.
- How Long We Stay in Our Homes — Not surprisingly, first-time homebuyers tend to relocate more quickly than move-up buyers.
- Financial Lessons Learned in Marathon Training — There are some interesting parallels between distance training and financial best practices.
- Three Lessons From Warren Buffett — Words of wisdom straight from Berkshire Hathaway’s annual meeting.
That’s it. Hope you had a great weekend!