But that was only last week...
Last year we ran Roundup posts: for Jan-Apr 2016, May-Aug 2016, and Sep-Dec 2016. The idea is just to highlight the better or more perennial posts that new readers may have missed and old-timers may want to re-read.
This month we ran the first Roundup post for 2017: January to April and the second one for 2017: May to August.
Today we'll take a look at the last four months of the year. Regular readers should remember a lot of these!
In no particular order, we wrote the following posts:
The Three Elements of Money Mastery series: introduction, saving, earning, investing.
More Reader Profiles: N00bster and Parker Dupont.
Some posts about RetireJapan products: the Guide to iDeCo, the Guide to NISA, the January online course. Also the RetireJapan Master Plan and a look at Running RetireJapan.
A couple of Only in Japan posts: Expenses and Buying Randoseru.
Two tax posts: Tax Status in Japan and International Tax Reporting.
A bunch of pension posts, and a NISA one:
- 2018 NISA
- Prepaying Kokumin Nenkin
- Small-Medium Business Association Savings Plan
- Backpaying Kokumin Nenkin
- Fuka Nenkin 2
A further update on UK State Pensions (4!)
A bunch of random posts about personal finance:
- The Index Card rules for personal finance
- Talking to Kids about Money
- Real Estate Investment Trusts
- Portfolio Questions
- Fixed Costs vs. Variable Costs
- Pension Insurance
- How to Approach Problems
More on housing:
- Building a House in Japan 5
- Renovating a House in Japan 1
- Housing Options in Japan
- Housing Options in Japan 2: Buy or Rent
And some more reviews:
- Transferwise Revisited
- Amazon Kindle
- iDeCo in English
- Amazon Fire Tablets
- Prepaid VISA Card from Shinsei
And that's all folks! Anything good in there?