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Nerdy Finance #14

Nov. 2, 2012
Personal Finance
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Here are our latest picks to kick off a brand new month of Nerdy Finance reads. Hope you all enjoyed your Halloween! Have a nerdy November!

Jason Price at One Money Design wrote Don’t Let Your Credit Score Cost You Big Bucks – Allowing your credit score to fall to the wayside will cost you a lot of money. Jason tells us how a low credit score is a detriment to your finances.

Nick at My Dollar Plan sent an Anti-Snowball Method to Payoff Debt and Save More Money – Nick offers an alternate method for paying down debt to those interested in saving on interest rates.

Roger Wohlner at The Chicago Financial Planner asks, Are My Investments Safe? – With high-profile investment scams on the rise, investment safety is an increasingly relevant concern. Roger turns our attention to investment issues to be aware of.

Harry Campbell at Your Personal Finance Pro wrote Build Credit for Someone by Adding Them as an Authorized User – Harry talks “piggybacking” advantages.

Darwin at Darwin’s Money asks, How Much is Too Much to Leave Your Kids? – Can you leave your kids too much money? The article delves into estate taxes and raises the question of personal responsibility.

John S at Frugal Rules asks, Should We Really Be Concerned about the Fiscal Cliff? – The Fiscal Cliff’s gotten a lot of press lately. What will happen, and what can be done? John takes his turn to weigh in.

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