Another JLP Roundup

It’s been a while since I put together a roundup. Anyhow, here are some interesting findings from the MoneyBlogNetwork and beyond:

Flexo talks about how Ben Stein’s parents are well-off thanks to variable annuities. – Ben also is (or was) a spokesman for the NAVA (the National Association for Variable Annuities) so you kind of have to take his love affair for annuities with a grain of salt.

Nickel has a guest post from AFM reader and commenter, Dylan, about gambling and the stock market.

Six extreme ways to save.

JD says—and I agree—that the the key to wealth is being satisfied with what you already have.

NCN hosted this week’s Festival of Frugality.

This life brought to you by the bank of mom and dad.

BluntMoney with some awesome wisdom: you’re standing in your own way! – Making excuses won’t solve your problems!

Small change can lead to $1,000,000!

Here’s 3 things that will make you better than 99% of investors. – Yeah, it’s all common sense but it’s amazing how many people lack common sense.

Jeremy has a list of 20 books that will change your life and the way you think about retirement. – Even with all the books I have read, I have only read a few from Jeremy’s list.

LazyMan actually learned 3 things from one of the worst personal finance books ever! – Take a wild guess what book I’m talking about.

Jonathan has 9 traits of the middle class millionaire.

Trent reviewed Debt is Slavery.

Finally, here’s how Meg would buy happiness. – Sounds like a lovely day (if you take out all the girly stuff).

7 thoughts on “Another JLP Roundup”

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    The Middle-Class Millionaire uncovers the differences within the struggling middle-class and the thriving middle-class. It’s based on original research and provides some specific ways to look at how American households are evolving in the 21st Century.

    Thanks for your interest!

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  4. Just to let each of you know. JLP’s Dad passed away Saturday night. Please keep JLP and his family in your thoughts & prayers.

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