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The top of today's reading list has Elizabeth Warren asking another simple but damning question of regulators ........ and the last article is about problems heirs can create when they try to modify bequests after death of the bequestor.
- Laundering $881 Million Is Now Acceptable (Greg MacSweeney, Wall Street & Technology) Elizabeth Warren asks another simple question that regulators can't answer.
- The Top 10 New Zealand Hikes (Nick Davidson, Outside)
- Europa Gives Up Some Of Its Secrets (Caleb A. Scharf, Scientific American)
- 19 Ways to Get the Most Out of Social Security (Financial Planning)
- Philip Pilkington: Hyperinflation! The Libertarian Fantasy That Never Occurs (Naked Capitalism) Philip Pilkington has contributed to Global Economic Intersection.
- Facebook's New Stream (Matt Buchanan, The New Yorker) When does personalizing news create an "inside the bubble" syndrome?
- The Myth of Bob Woodward: Why Is This Man an American Icon? (Max Holland, The Daily Beast) Woodward's reputation is following that of Dan Rather 13 years ago. Will Woodward be able to return to productive work in the coming decade as Rather has is in the past 10 years?
- Zelman: "Nirvana for housing" (Bill McBride, Calculated Risk)
- When Beneficiaries Don't Like the Plan (Natalie Choate, Morningstar Advisor) Heirs must be careful making adjustments to an inheritance plan post-death.