No links from last week because I was moving. Back with a vengeance.
HBR piece on why business transformations fail. (02/21/16 edit: updated link to article)
Even the people who fit the mold perfectly for annuitizing part of their income avoid it like the plague. There must be something better than the classic disgustingly high expense annuities. Meet tontines.
People with way too much money have apparently been sinking it into breeding horses for 200k per “cover”. I wonder what the expected return here looks like.
Kitces on the President’s budget — a first look at changes that may be coming down the pike. Almost as interesting as what is included is what is not.
CPAs moving to value-based billing, interesting in the context of financial planning, where many loud voices are calling for a move to hourly or retainer models.
Rita Keller has a short blog post about how her parents never complained about their jobs to her, and how kids these days need to stay off of her lawn.
As someone who is generally dogmatic about there being good and bad ways to learn things, it warms my heart to see someone address the scourge that is “learning styles”.
Another SSC post that proves the value of going to the source and not relying on news outlets to tell you what a study found or didn’t find.