Dollar Bits of Info 11.12.13

november12How to Invest Like John Maynard Keynes U.S. News & World Report – Few people know how he invested, however. John Wasik, the author of several investment books, has written a new book, “Keynes’s Way to Wealth: Timeless …

Twelve pieces of financial wisdom, from a retiree to his adult children The Globe and Mail – A father’s advice to his daughters about debt, saving and investing may just be the best financial literacy lesson you’ll read this year. November is Financial …

Mortgage Delinquencies Decline in 3rd Quarter — TransUnion Wall Street Journal – U.S. mortgage delinquency rates declined in the third quarter, coming in lower for the seventh period in a row, according to data from Transunion

Your Money: Factor health costs into retirement Philly.com – As Americans live longer, we require more medical coverage, and thus the lifetime cost of insurance has increased. So it’s a good idea to factor in health-care …

Tidying Up Your Financial Life New York Times – From buying a home to paying for college, our financial decisions seem more complex, and it often seems as if things are far beyond our control. It leads to a …

The Key To Paying Off Credit Card Debt Quickly – While many people are waking up to the cyclical, quick-sand type nature of out-of-control credit card spending, a huge percentage of Americans are still drowning in debt. Recent statistics suggest that the average household owes $7,149, but when you take out those who owe nothing, the actual figure rises to $15,325. Add to that high interest rates — the very reason why credit cards are considered to be one of the worst types of consumer debt – and the total payoff amount for a typical family could be significantly higher.

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