Weekend Reading

I don’t know about you, but I’m officially in Christmas season mode. Next week we’ll be visiting friends and relatives and pretty much doing Christmas non-stop until ole Chris Cringle himself arrives on my rooftop.

Our oldest is really getting into the Christmas spirit and asks about Santa Claus every night. It’s fun watching her get excited about it all.

With the weekend approaching I thought I’d offer up a few links to great articles. Enjoy!

Kevin, my new ultimate frisbee team member, just offered up his take on skills vs good grades when it comes to college students. As an accountant, I tend to agree with much of what he says.

While I shared my year end tax moves this week on the blog, SVB offers up a bunch of general money moves for you to check off your list before the end of the year. Nice list.

We’re definitely getting some toys for the kids this Christmas, but for adults in your life, an alternative gift idea might just work. Thanks to ChristianPF for offering that up.

Pete from Bible Money Matters shares some solid open enrollment tools and resources for you to take advantage of before your employer benefits period is over.

Lastly, if you want a sneak peek at how lucrative this financial blogging business can be, check out this article from Dough Roller that pulls back the curtains on the industry. Blogs are selling for more than 1 million.

Have a link to share? Contact me and let me know. Have a great weekend.

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