Personal finance links: arbitraging Social Security December 14, 2016 Wednesday is all about personal finance here at Abnormal Returns. You can check out last week’s links including a look at the ins and outs of downsizing your house. Advisors Does your practice need to employ a secret shopper? (theclientdrivenpractice.com) TweetPocketInstapaper Do financial advisors actually have to manage money? (investmentnews.com) TweetPocketInstapaper Don't discount the value of a financial advisor. (priceactionlab.com) TweetPocketInstapaper You can't help your clients if you are not helping yourself stay fit. (behaviorgap.com) TweetPocketInstapaper Retirement Work longer, live longer. (theguardian.com) TweetPocketInstapaper The numbers behind the "arbitrage" that is delaying Social Security benefits. (papers.ssrn.com) TweetPocketInstapaper How dieting is similar to personal finance. (awealthofcommonsense.com) TweetPocketInstapaper If you have a public pension, prepare to stress test your retirement assumptions. (timmaurer.com) TweetPocketInstapaper The upside of working another decade or so. (nytimes.com) TweetPocketInstapaper Personal finance Keep your eye on the risk-free rate. (jonathanclements.com) TweetPocketInstapaper What to do with inherited stock? (wsj.com) TweetPocketInstapaper The family limited partnership discount is bye-bye. (barrons.com) TweetPocketInstapaper You are doing your charitable giving incorrectly. (wsj.com) TweetPocketInstapaper Researchers identify the benefits to home ownership. (papers.ssrn.com) TweetPocketInstapaper Startups increasingly want to automate your finances. (nytimes.com) TweetPocketInstapaper You can support Abnormal Returns by visiting Amazon, signing up for our daily newsletter, liking us on Facebook or following us on Yahoo Finance, Medium, StockTwits and Twitter.