September 13, 2008, 6:00 am

Financial Ramblings – It’s My Birthday!

by: The Financial Blogger    Category: Financial Rambling
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Believe it or not, but it took another complete week before I can say I feel good. My head is still buzzing but I had to go back to work this week. Can’t let my clients downs even thought they are the bank’s, it’s not me!

So I finally feel better and I’m having my birthday party tonight 😀 I don’t know if I really feel better or it is just that I want to drink some wine and have fund tonight 😉

Anyway, I finally had time to go around the web and look what was written in the blogosphere. Here are my found:

DINKS is giving us a good refresh on the marginal tax rate concept. This is definitely a must if you want to optimize your tax management.

Evertyghing Finance discusses when you should consider long term care insurance.

Four Pillars talks about the impact of having a second child. Since my first one was a real monster when he was a baby, I was quite confident to have a better experience with the second one. In fact, William is now a great help for the family and Amy is just a little angel 😀

Investing Lessons make us remember that buying is part of our primal instinct. It is definitely written in my gene!

Money Ning relates some frugal way of living with only $34.01 for a week! I think I spend more than this by waking up this morning!

Trying to find the light in this bear market? The Digerati Life gives you 14 ways to leverage a weak stock market.

Million Dollar Journey is giving us some great spot check points to do a complete financial checkup!

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A couple good reads. I agree the LTC should be bought as early as possible. One of the comments on that site suggested to not pay an agent in cash. Frankly, if the agent accepts cash for a policy, don’t do business with them.

And from the MDJ, I disagree with the price of a will. I can get them legally for as little as $35 (Yes, from a lawyer too). Granted they are on average around $400.

All and all, a good read.

Thanks for the mention FB, enjoy the weekend!

Thank you FB! Belated Happy Birthday! Hope you enjoyed your day!!