Investing Blog Roundup: When to “Wing It” With Financial Decisions

Aside from the technical discussions here on the blog (e.g., how various tax or Social Security rules work), there are a handful of messages that I try to deliver pretty regularly. One of those is that there’s a lot more to financial planning than just investing. Fortunately, most financial planning decisions don’t require any sort of complicated, in-depth analysis.

In a recent article, Harry Sit gave some guidance on which financial decisions really merit a careful decision process — and when it’s fine to “wing it.”

Which Financial Decisions Require Extra Attention and Which Don’t from Harry Sit

Other Recommended Reading

Securities Lending — Extra Income or a Mirage? from Jim Dahle
Is the Bond Market Wrong About Inflation? from Allan Roth
Sex, Lies, and Optimizing Utility from William Bernstein
Solving the Wrong Problem from Nick Maggiulli
Do You Need a Financial Therapist? from Rick Kahler
The Appeal of Annuities: People Are Willing to Pay for Products with Lifetime Benefits, Study Shows from Alicia Munnell
What to Know About Assisted Living from Jordan Rau
Extra Fees Drive Assisted Living Profits from Jordan Rau
Why Long-Term Care Insurance Falls Short for So Many from Jordan Rau and JoNel Aleccia

Thanks for reading!

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