Sunday Money Roundup – Catching Pneumonia Edition.

OK, what’s with the weather? 70 degrees one day, snow the next, hail the day after that, and then back to 70 degrees. In my 37 years on this planet, this is some of the weirdest stuff I have ever seen. Whether you think climate change is real or not, this is pretty bizarre stuff! So while I get out my shorts, flip-flops, and snowpants, here are some articles that caught my eye this week…

Money Ning talks about The Impending Retirement Crisis. No worries for me, I plan on never retiring ;-).

Steadfast Finances has a very interesting post up titled “Frugality Based Hyperopia: What Purchases Do You Make to Avoid Saver’s Remorse“. You gotta check this out.

Cash Money Life wants you to Leave Your Money in Your Retirement Accounts!

Good Financial Cents has 5 Tests To Claim a Dependent On Your Tax Return. With April 15th coming up quickly, take a look at this tip to see if you can claim a dependent.

My Dollar Plan talks about Tax Deductions for the Self Employed. Believe me, I took every single one I could on my return I filed last week!

Paid Twice wants to help you Make The Most Of Your Family’s Clothing Budget. Lucky for me, I rarely ever buy anything. In fact, I have had the same 3 pairs of jeans for over 3 years now!

Moolanomy has some advice on How to Start Investing For Beginners.

Generation X Finance tries to help answer the eternal question – Build an Emergency Fund, Pay Off Debt, or Save for Retirement? Three Competing Goals That All Need Your Attention Today.

Squawkfox has 6 Reasons to use a Slow Cooker or Crock Pot. I could not agree more, we love ours.

Clever Dude talks about Secrets of Switching Jobs: Deconstructing The Job Offer. I will be sending this to my brother, who has been looking for work since being laid off in January.

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