Friday Roundup: IRAs, Emergencies, and Mary Poppins

by Kristina on April 6, 2012 · 4 comments

cupcakeHappy Friday DINKS, and Happy Easter to those who are celebrating this holiday. 

My 40 day chocolate fast is officially over.  As you read this post I am probably enjoying a big chocolate cupcake from Magnolia cupcakes in New York City.  I am in New York City until Sunday night and I have lots of fun activities planned for my 3 day trip to New York City.

Later today I have an appointment at my local TD Bank branch to open a savings account, this afternoon I am getting my tattoo at In Born NYC Tattoo shop with Chris Torres (from NY Ink), and tomorrow night I am going to see the musical Mary Poppins on Broadway.

I hope that you all have a great weekend.  Enjoy our favourite posts from around the web this week:

So Over Debt helps us prepare for an emergency in the post “Are You Proactive or Reactive”

Careful Cents encourages us to save for retirement in the post “5 Little Known Facts About a Roth IRA”

Modest Money  brings out the entrepreneur in us in the post “Starting A Side Business”

Adaptu helps couples adjust in the post “Money and Moving in Together: What You Need to Know”

Financial Samurai says that maybe retirement savings are not a good strategy in the post “Disadvantages Of The ROTH IRA: Not All Is What It Seems”

Get Rich Slowly confirms that business should not be personal in the post “Getting Emotional About Money”

Eemusings is fed up and moving forward in the post “Personal finance topics I’m so over”

Budgets Are Sexy reviews the features and benefits of our Credit Cards in the post “What’s Your Favorite (or Best) Credit Card?”

Photo by Average Jane



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