Publix ad 2/17 – 2/23 (Wednesday ad)

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Publix ad 2/18 – 2/24 (Thursday)

Coupons Do Work

Here is Publix ad 2/18 – 2/24 (Thursday ad) with coupon matchups : This week, besides the awesome BOGOs, there is FREE Maruchan Yakisoba, Share this list via email. Feb 18 - Feb 24. GAV 2/… HBA 2/… B1G1 Pricing Based on Single Purchase of 1 Item. Cantaloupe, Chunks, per lb - $1.75.

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What Can Go Wrong – Naming a Beneficiary

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Being the smart person you are, you you sign up for a 401K with company matching and do the right thing by starting to pump as much into it as possible. In 5 years – you’ve married and had a baby, but your 401k still goes to Mom and Dad when you die. If you have a life insurance policy squirreled away, or a 401K from an old job no one knows about, the beneficiary will not know to submit a claim and the monies will not be paid.

Investment Methods

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When I retired, I used this method to re-invest the proceeds from my company 401K (that I had rolled into an IRA). It caught me by surprise that the stocks/mutual funds in which I invested while in the 401K could not be transferred in kind to my IRA. Instead, they had to be sold within the 401K and the proceeds reinvested in the IRA. I’m always on the look out for investment books I haven’t yet read. I pick up a lot of them at garage sales for 25 cents to a $1.

What Makes a Saver?

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I also saved – maxing out 401K contributions to build up the retirement funds. If we truly be either saver or spender, what makes us one or the other? Are we predestined from birth to be one or the other as at least one study proposes? Or is it our earliest environments that mold us to be one or the other? What is it that makes a person a saver? The act of saving. In its simplest form, the thing that makes a person a saver is the act of saving.

Seven Retirement Lessons Learned

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However, I haven’t learned this lesson too well, as I still have the second plan, which is a 401K. This post was written by Marie. . Do you dream of retiring some day? Maybe you are ready to retire financially but have other concerns.

Carnival of Personal Finance #316- Family Edition

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Crystal from Stupid Cents talks 401k Allocation and where to put your money. Hello and welcome to the 316th Carnival of Personal Finance- Family Edition. This week I am reminding you all about those special people in your life- your family.

Money and Life in Your Forties

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Being out of the work force to raise babies put me behind on the retirement savings front, but I caught up through regular 401k contributions, and additional IRA savings and ended up with more than most people do put aside. Many people, approaching or in their forties, despair – thinking their life is over now that they are sooooo old. As someone now in their sixties, let me tell you that your forties are a really great phase of life!

10 Reasons You’re Broke

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Instead of investing your money in education or your 401K, your money goes to clothes, gadgets, big screen TV’s or alcohol. If you always have more month than cash and never seem to get ahead or even to even, it’s time to look at some reasons you may be broke.

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5 Reasons Why You Should Invest in Gold

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Have you looked at your 401K and almost choked because of its decline? Let’s face it, the economy stinks and there isn’t an end in sight. So what should we do about this situation when it comes to investing our hard earned money? Well, some investors have turned to gold.

Link Love Carnival #4

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Suba tells us why you should not use your 401K. Hello and welcome to the 4th edition of the Link Love Carnival. The Link Love Carnival is an avenue I created where bloggers can work together to “ build a better world “. Each month a charity for the carnival is chosen.

Why We Left Traditional Health Insurance

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In October 2003, I left a career as a department store buyer with a nice paycheck, paid vacation days, 401k match, profit sharing, and health benefits, to pursue a life of self employment with my husband where all of those things are up to us. Health insurance is a touchy subject.

Seniors – Keep Your Allocations

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Vanguard’s Personal Financial Planner thought I should change invest all my retirement money in bonds when I moved it from my 401K to an IRA. Many, if not most, financial institutions, advisers, and planners recommend very conservative strategies for those nearing or in retirement.

Carnival of Financial Planning – Money Management Edition #236 – May 11, 2012

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Taxes are going up in 2013 for everybody Paul Tabbet presents Retirement Planning Worksheet Software posted at Tax Planning Software , saying, “Retirement planning software should automate the development of lifetime projections that incorporate tax laws and rules associated with tax-advantaged retirement investment incentive programs such as traditional IRA, Roth, 401k, 403b, SEP, Keogh, and other retirement plans.”

Carnival of Financial Planning – Money Management Edition #231

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Bob presents 401k Hardship Distributions: What you need to know posted at ChristianPF , saying, “Hopefully you don’t know what hardship distributions and hopefully you will never need to know. Welcome to the April 6, 2012 Edition #231 of the Carnival of Financial Planning. This edition is arranged by subject heading, so that you can browse efficiently. Enjoy! The Skilled Investor , Editor. Budgeting and Economics.

4 Financial Lessons Your Parents Forgot to Teach You

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This is especially important if you get a 401K match from your employer, as that’s free money. Your parents did a great job at keeping you fed, clothed, sheltered, and teaching right from wrong.

The Best Investments For the Over 40s to Start Now

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For USA Investors An employer-matched 401k allows you to contribute up to $22,000 if you’re over 50; whatever amounts your employer adds to this is basically free money. Are you too old to start investing? The answer is a resounding No!

How Long Should You Keep Financial Documents

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Keep the quarterly statements for your 401k or other IRA accounts until you receive the annual statement. Are your financial documents piled up in the corner of your office or under your desk? A few years ago, I was just filing papers in my cabinet, but not purging along the way.

Saving Tips & Free Crediting Monitoring

For the Mommas

Have more money automatically withdrawn from your paycheck and put in your 401k. Nearly 46% of consumers say they typically consider making a financial resolution – up 31% since the first year of the survey in 2009. The top 3 financial resolutions?

Should You Invest In A Rising Market?

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Unfortunately, to move them, I had to cash some the investments out in the 401K, leaving me with quite a few funds to get back into the market.

P.E.P. for the Week of January 24-28, 2010- Adjustment Edition

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Personal Finance by the Book askes if we should borrow from our 401K? As some of you know, one of my goals for 2011 is to become a certified fitness professional. In order to do this I need to take a few courses at our local university. Well, I signed up for 2 of the 3 I need to complete which are to take place this weekend and one other weekend in February. The goal was to be certified by summer. Well, plans have had to change.

Carnival of Financial Planning – Money Management Edition #241 – June 15, 2012

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Welcome to the June 15, 2012 Edition #241 of the Carnival of Financial Planning. This edition is arranged by subject heading, so that you can browse efficiently. Enjoy! The Skilled Investor , Editor Budgeting and Economics Paul Vachon presents Frugal Living Made Easy posted at The Frugal Toad , saying, “Frugal living is all about making informed and deliberate choices in how to spend money.