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Investing Blog Roundup: 2023 Bogleheads Conference Videos

Happy Holidays and Happy New Year!

As of last week, the videos from the 2023 Bogleheads Conference are available.

The videos and slides from Friday’s “Bogleheads University” event (both the 101 and 501 tracks) can be found here:
https://boglecenter.net/bogleheads-university/

And the videos and slides from the Saturday and Sunday sessions can be found here:
https://boglecenter.net/2023conference/

As far as my own involvement, my primary contribution was a session titled What the Less-Involved Spouse Needs to Know About the Financial Plan. The goal of the session was to help bring the less-involved spouse up to speed on the household finances, in case they have to take over at some point — as well as to empower that spouse to play a more involved ongoing role.

As a reminder, the Bogle Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit. Donations to the Center pay for these efforts as well as our other educational endeavors, such as the Bogleheads on Investing and Bogleheads Live podcasts.

Other Recommended Reading

A Closer Look at the IRS Direct File Pilot from the IRS
Older Wives Manage the Finances if Husbands Decline from Kim Blanton
Rich Author, Poor Readers from Ben Carlson
Do “Blue Zones” Really Exist? from Gideon Meyerowitz-Katz
Did Housing Unaffordability and Higher Interest Rates Finally Kill the “Starter Home” Myth? from Katie Gatti Tassin
Gurus Gone Wild from Douglas Boneparth
8 Ways I’m An Active Investor from Allan Roth
Ed Slott: Roth Conversions Especially Attractive Before 2026 from Christine Benz

Thanks for reading!

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