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Money Roundup: Dissecting the Sell-Off, Looking at the Bright Side, and More

Here is our end-of-a-rocky-week collection of interesting reads on investing and personal finance. Enjoy!
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Money Roundup: 3 Financial Benefits of Working a Few More Years, Why Some Very Smart Investors Went Bankrupt, and More

Here's our weekly Roundup (posted a day early this week to make way for tomorrow's end-of-month updates for the DAA and Sector Rotation strategies):
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Funding a Retirement Nest Egg – Before Graduating From High School

What if your kids could have their retirement significantly funded before they graduated from high school? An impossible dream? Maybe not.
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Wise Stewardship Includes Having a Will That Protects Your Children

Many people haven’t drafted a will because they think wills are only for the wealthy. Scripture, however, teaches that responsible stewardship isn’t a function of the size of one’s wealth. Stewardship is about obedience
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Dealing With Medical Debt

Actress Dawn Wells, homespun Mary Ann on the 1960’s sitcom Gilligan’s Island, lost a lot of money in the 2008 financial crisis — a setback compounded this year when she broke her knee in an accident and underwent an
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How Would You Invest a Gift of $10,000?

Here's a thought experiment: How would you invest a tax-free $10,000 gift? Put the money in savings? In the stock market? Pay off debt? Market-research firm OnePoll put the $10,000 question (plus other related queries) to
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Parents Expecting Their Kids to Cover More College Costs, But Haven’t Told Them

Fewer parents of college-bound children are planning to cover all of their kids’ college costs, and those who plan to share the cost are less certain as to how to the bills will be paid. Those are some of the key takeaways
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Money Roundup: Time in the Market, Ignoring Advice from Billionaires, and More

Here's our weekly roundup of financial news and comment. Enjoy!
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Cash, Money Markets, & SHY

We've written a fair amount recently about money market funds and other cash options. While that might seem like a boring subject in the midst of a bull run to new stock market highs, the reality is that interest rates
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Money Roundup: Retirement Planning in High School, Ignoring the News, and More

Here's our last-weekend-before-Labor-Day collection of interesting articles on investing, personal finance, and stewardship. (We're posting a day early to make way for tomorrow's end-of-the-month premium-strategies
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