Interesting Stuff on the Web Volume 23

Interesting stuff on the web is what I have read through out the week. I read a lot of articles and there is always a few that I feel is worth you reading. Often I have a different opinion than the articles I post on Interesting Stuff On The Web but they are all well written pieces. Here are the links. Enjoy !!

4%? 3%? 2%? “Safe” Withdrawal Rate/Countdown To Tranquility I know, every personal finance blogger worth his or her salt has written about safe withdrawal rates. What am I going to contribute to that? Well, what I can do is tell you how I interpret all the research and what we are doing to make sure that our money will last longer than us.”

How I Accidentally Wrote My Son Out of His Inheritance/Financially Alert “Oops. Yes, you read the title right. I accidentally wrote my son out of his inheritance! Sometimes we can have the best of intentions, and yet our actions end up not being aligned.”

10 Things We’ve Done To Make Extra Money/fin$avvy pandaJust imagine what you could do with a few extra hundreds or thousands of dollars in your pockets every month.
Wouldn’t it be nice to make some quick money on the side so that you could:”

5 Places to See Now/Travel Zoo “If you’re the kind of person who would rather skip the Coliseum than wait in the hot sun for an hour to get in, you may want to expand your travel horizons beyond fabled places like Rome or Paris.” 



Don’t wait for retirement to enjoy life !!


    • Thanks Caroline,
      going to clean up the garden this weekend (spring is here !!) I hope you have a good weekend too.

    • Hey Tom,
      Busy Mom did a good job explaining the 4% rule and I agree its always good to refresh on some of the rules of thumb for retirement planning. Keeps us focused.

  1. Great round up 🙂

    As per usual I gravitate to the travel one. All those places look lovely. I have a friend living in Tel Aviv and it sounds very very lush.

    Have a great weekend, Steve!

    • Hi GYM,
      I always gravitate to the travel articles too. Tel Aviv would be an interesting place to visit. Thanks for stopping by.

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