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The Round Table – August 24, 2014

by Jon Dulin on August 24, 2014 · 3 comments

round tableWell, my wife and I just attended our 2nd wedding in the span of 3 weeks. We now have some wedding free weekends until October when we go back-to-back. Right now I am heading out to Pittsburgh to see my best friend for a weekend full of fun! (Yeah I know it’s Sunday….our weekend will be Sunday and Monday haha!!)

The weather here has been cool for August, makes me think that a hot spell is due either the last week of August or we are going to get an Indian Summer in September. In either case, I’m not complaining – except for the fact that summer is almost over already! Below are some get blog posts I found. Hope you enjoy!!

Great Blog Posts from Other Bloggers

How The Poor Back Load Their Lives With Front Load Washers at 1500 Days To Freedom
Why Didn’t Technology Create A 4-Hour Workday at My Money Blog
Why Grades Don’t Matter at My Career Crusader
9 Unexpected Ways Your Budget Leaks Cash at Your Personal Finance Pro
7 Lessons I’ve Learned From Owning 7 Cars at Listen Money Matters
Lazy Person’s Guide To Saving Money at Brokepedia
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The Round Table – August 17, 2014

We’re back for another exciting edition of The Round Table. It took a few weeks off because, well, my summer has been busy as heck! Unfortunately (depending on how you look at it) the busyness doesn’t stop until September, just to pick back up again! Anyways, the summer overall is going great. I’m just sad to see that August is already halfway over…Fall is right around the corner. One last note, The Plutus Awards have started. For those who do […]Read the full article...

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Mutual Fund Basics

Mutual funds have a long and storied history. In this post, I am going to give you a breakdown of mutual fund basics. Everything you really need to know about mutual funds is below. For the most part, I will touch on many areas and at times, will link to more in-depth posts that I have written about specific topics about mutual funds. So let’s get started on learning mutual fund basics. Mutual Fund Basics What Is A Mutual Fund […]Read the full article...

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Disadvantages Of Mutual Funds

I recently wrote about the advantages of mutual funds. Today I am going to talk to you about the disadvantages of mutual funds. As with anything in life, there are good things and bad things about mutual funds. It’s important to know and understand the downsides to mutual funds so that you can make the best decision for you and your money. Here are the main disadvantages of mutual funds and what you need to consider before investing in them. […]Read the full article...

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Advantages Of Mutual Funds

Mutual funds are a popular way to gain entry into the stock market today. With a small amount of money, you can own shares of hundreds of companies, regardless of their share price. But this is just one of the advantages of mutual funds. Below I present many of the advantages of mutual funds and why you should consider them as part of your investment portfolio. (In another post, I discuss the disadvantages of mutual funds.) 6 Advantages Of Mutual […]Read the full article...

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What Are Open Ended Mutual Funds?

When talking about mutual funds, the majority of time we are talking about open ended mutual funds. This is important to know because sometimes, new investors hear the term open ended mutual funds and think this is a new type of investment. It’s not. It’s just your standard mutual fund. What are the characteristics of open ended mutual funds and should you invest in them? I answer these questions and more below. Open Ended Mutual Funds An open ended mutual […]Read the full article...

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The Round Table – July 27, 2014

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Following Your Passion In Retirement

Making the transition to retirement can be a difficult one for some people. They spend 40+ years getting up every morning and going to a job that when they retire, they suddenly feel as though they don’t have a purpose. But they do have a purpose, it’s just that it is buried deep inside them. It’s called a passion. As we progress through life, some push aside their passion or their dreams because real life is happening and there are […]Read the full article...

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Mint.com Interview

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A Quick Guide To Shares And Investment Management

When it comes to buying shares, bonds and other securities, it’s important to understand how to maximize your portfolio. There are some key points to remember when you start investing; finding tax efficient investments, going for strategic investment solutions and keeping your portfolio ethical. This is where investment management comes in. To find out a few benefits of having a financial planner read on or click here to find a reputable investment management firm who can look after your assets. […]Read the full article...