Some of the best investing and personal finance articles from around the web.
- High-frequency charts show U.S. economy softening from Delta (Bloomberg). Is it a speed bump on the way to an even stronger recovery or something more?
- Retiring is one of the most complicated things we do. This will make it easier. (MarketWatch). Good guidance related to annuities, Social Security, long-term care, and working longer.
- Behavioral finance 2.0 – it’s not all bad behavior (Forbes). Our thinking is not all either rational or irrational. There’s a lot going on in between, and sometimes there are valid reasons for what may look irrational.
- Not all risk is rewarded (Compound Advisors). Sometimes, something ventured is nothing gained.
- Many companies are offering generous tuition assistance so workers can go back to college (CNBC). Tuition assistance is one of the incentives being using to attract and keep workers.
- How to calculate the break-even age for taking Social Security (Kiplinger). One way to quantify the “claim early or claim later?” decision.
- Here’s what to watch for if you’re buying a Medigap plan to cover some Medicare costs (CNBC). There’s a lot more to consider than the cost.
- Rules, truths, beliefs (Collaborative Fund). “‘Be more patient’ in investing is the ‘sleep 8 hours’ of health,” and other observations.
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