Well, the time has come when I formally sign off for 2012. Next week I have family here for the Christmas season so I will not be very active on the blog. I want to thank you all for your support this year. The growth and success of Retire Happy Blog continues to exceed my expectations. I really look forward to what’s in store for 2013.
This Week I Wrote:
- On Monday I shared some tips and tricks for Setting Financial Goals and Priorities.
- On Tuesday Sarah helped with the tricky issue of Understanding Financial Needs vs. Wants.
- On Wednesday I tackled the question: Is Investing Emotional or Logical?
- On Thursday Cathy revealed what is Your Most Valuable Asset.
Other Great Reads:
- This week Gail Vaz-Oxlade showed you how to perform A Financial Check-Up.
- Where Does All My Money Go looks into What is a ‘Professional Financial Advisor’? in their latest podcast.
- The Canadian Couch Potato wants to know, How Much Are You Paying for US Dollars?
- Wondering when to pay off your mortgage? Boomer and Echo wrote about the dilemma to Should You Pay Off Your Mortgage Early or Invest?
- This week Brighter Life answered the question, How Much Do You Need to Save to Retire?
- With all the recent buzz about the lottery, Michael James on Money discusses Lotteries Over the Long Run.
- The Financial Uproar explains Why Investors Should Hate Share Buybacks.
- With the holiday season upon us, Modest Money listed 7 Ways to Lose Money with Last-Minute Gift Shopping.
- Speaking of saving money for the holidays, Invest It Wisely shared some tips on How to Host a Christmas Party on a Budget.
- If you’ve been contemplating some tasks around the house, you’ll want to read the Canadian Personal Finance’s blog article on Home Improvements That Pay for Themselves.
Original post by Jim Yih