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Nerdy Finance #15

by on November 9, 2012

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The holiday season is in full swing! We hope you enjoy your weekend & this week’s choice reads.

Glen Craig at Free From Broke says messy finances are scarier than zombies, turning our attention to retirement savings, life insurance, job and debt stresses. Read more in 7 Ways Your Finances are Scarier Than Zombies.

Off-Road Finance wrote about Choosing the Right Broker, giving active traders a detailed look at how to choose a security broker.

PK at Don’t Quit Your Day Job asks, What Would a Rental Meltdown Look Like? They said, “Just when you thought ‘CDO innovations’ was a concept safely dead and buried, here come rental CDOs.” Click through to learn more.

CF at The Outlier Model tells us their plan to pay their debt in full in two years in Paying Off $27,000 in Student Loans. What do you think?

John S at Frugal Rules tells us moving doesn’t have to be costly. Here’s A Smart Way to Play Interior Designer When Moving.

A blogger at Free Money Finance shared Our Trip to DC (And a Few Ways to Save). He said, “From October 12 to October 17, our family took a trip to Washington, DC. I thought I’d share with you what we did, the financial impact of the trip and a few savings tips we picked up along the way.” Cool pictures, too!

Is Black Friday really the best time to save on your holiday shopping? Find out in The Myth of Great Savings on Black Friday, sent by Grocery Alerts.

Stay tuned for more great tips & reads!

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