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Leya Neizvest
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Inc. : Why You Need To Invest Like An 85-Year-Old Grandmother, If You Are An Entrepreneur. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIwiNW2ghs

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Entrepreneur: Mind Over Money: The Brain Chemistry Behind Investing. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIwjbDB0yA

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SlashGear: This metal is so water-resistant that it bounces them off. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIwx6TKriA

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November to do list:
1) Get a free annual copy of your credit report from https://www.annualcreditreport.com/cra/index.jsp TransUnion (Experian in March and Equifax in July).
2) Don't charge more for holiday gifts than you can comfortably... pay for in full when the January credit card statements come around.
3) Take time to give thanks for another year of financial success. Review your charitable giving plans and consider making tax-deductible gifts to charity or to a donor advised fund account before the end of the year

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Today we tried to answer one of the most frequent questions during open enrollment "how to best allocate your 401(k) contribution"...

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Open enrollment - how to best allocate my 401(k)?
During October and November we have to make open enrollment decisions. One of them is how to allocate our 401k (403, TSP, or another employer retirement plan) investments. Generally we have 3 to 100 choices of underlying funds, and the more choices there a...

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Open enrollment - how to best allocate my 401(k)?
During October and November
we have to make open enrollment decisions. 
One of them is how to allocate our 401k (403, TSP, or another employer
retirement plan) investments. Generally we have 3 to 100 choices of underlying
funds, and the more choices there a...

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Lemonade from lemons..."unrealized" losses. You can deduct as much in capital losses as you have in capital gains and an additional $3,000 in capital losses can be tax deductible. 

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How (and why) should you review your investments for Tax Deductions?!
Today my monthly reminder popped up to: Review my portfolio for tax deductible losses, IRA, SSA benefits, and more".  And I was just thinking how many people would know exactly what to look for.  My guess is: many.  But not all would be 100% certain they ar...
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