Wednesday Reading List

ICYMI: Open Enrollment Tips to Maximize Benefits – Make sure you’re taking advantage of all the benefits your company offers during open enrollment season.

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Two looks at interest rates. The first is a contrarian case for rates rising, and the second provides context on the current rate environment.

Maybe Low Interest Rates Won’t Last Forever by Peter R. Orszag and Visualizing the 200-Year History of U.S. Interest Rates by Dorothy Neufeld

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Operative word is “investors”.

Why investors shouldn’t necessarily care who wins the White House in November by Ben Carlson

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Not enough people have a plan to pay for long-term care.

Many Americans will eventually need long-term care. Here’s how to pay for it by Michelle Fox

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I recently came across this older article that seems more relevant today.

The Advantage Of Being A Little Underemployed by Morgan Housel

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Here’s why your favorite Netflix shows get canceled.

Netflix has a TV-show problem by Kim Renfro

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For your long walks and socially distanced Fall and Winter.

The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time by Rolling Stone

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Book Recommendation

This one is a bit different. The author of Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell is out with her latest novel. Definitely read the entire description before buying (“an intoxicating, hypnotic new novel set in a dreamlike alternative reality“), but I enjoyed it.

Piranesi by Susanna Clarke