Financial magazines are great sources of entertainment, but often, schizophrenic sources of advice.

Consider them sage money guides and you could end up questioning your financial plan—even if it’s great. Worse, if you follow their whimsical persuasions, you’ll play a costly game of musical chairs with your money.

I could be taking a bit of a risk saying this. After all, I write for a couple of magazines…

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