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.
JD saysand I agreethat the the key to wealth is being satisfied with what you already have.
NCN hosted this week’s Festival of Frugality.
BluntMoney with some awesome wisdom: you’re standing in your own way! – Making excuses won’t solve your problems!
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).