Financial Planning Round-Up: July 1, 2016

Financial Planning Round-Up: July 1, 2016

Happy July 1st! It’s hard to believe we are already at the midpoint for 2016.

Going forward, I plan to share a weekly round-up each Friday with financial planning news and posts that I hope you find informative.

Here are my top picks for this week:

Every Financial Crisis is Different by John Rekenthaler,

Advice as Markets React to ‘Brexit’: Take Some Deep Breaths and Don’t Do a Thing by Ron Lieber of The New York Times

Catch-22: Too young to retire, too old to rehire by Deborah Nason,

The 10 Best Fourth of July Sales 2016 by Maria Lalonde, U.S. News & World Report

How to Tell Your Boss You’re Really Not Working on Your Vacation by Jill Schlesinger, Money

What your home needs if you want to ‘age in place’

Student loan interest rates are going down CNNMoney

Helping Your College Kid Rent an Apartment? What You Need to Know by Geoff Williams, U.S. News & World Report

Most retirees get little advisor help on Social Security: Study by Sarah O’Brien,

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