This week’s picks for the best investing and personal finance articles from around the web — a day early this week because we'll have DAA and Sector Rotation updates on Friday.
7 myths that could trip up IRA contributors (Morningstar). How well do you know IRA rules and regs?
Retirees share their biggest financial surprises (Financial Post). Learning from those who are a few steps ahead on the journey.
Why you should tell your children how much you make (NY Times). A financial lesson that’s likely to be remembered.
And from the blogosphere…
Retirement saving: excuses and regrets (Squared Away). A common regret of older investors is not getting started earlier. Are any young people listening?
A watchful eye can safeguard an elder’s finances (Total Return – a Wall Street Journal blog). Choosing someone trustworthy to be second in command.
Look out, middle class, Obama’s 529 U-turn reveals the budget truth Democrats know but avoid (American Enterprise Institute). There’s only so much to be gained by adding new taxes to the wealthy.
My favorite non-investing books about investing (A Wealth of Common Sense). Looking beyond the numbers to learn about investing.
Should we leave our children inheritances? (Randy Alcorn). A closer look at what the Bible really teaches on the topic.
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