Which celebs are poorer than you? And other hot topics, via Tip'd

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This is a round-up of the most popular finance links from Tip'd, the social media site for finance, in the past week. This week's stories include a funny (sad?) list of celebrities with bad personal finance skills, a list of celebrities with extremely good personal finance skills, and a telling analysis on the decline of mutual funds.

Top 10 Richest Celebrities in the World: The List of Billionare Celebs (22 Tips)
A look at the richest celebrities in the world. The recession hasn't stopped them from being billionaires. An inspiring topic with some irreverant discussion.

10 Celebrities Who Are Poorer Than You (22 Tips)
These celebs actually have less money than you do! A funny topic with more irreverant discussion.

How To Get A Free FICO Credit Score (19 Tips)
Everyone knows how to get a copy of their credit report, but getting your score for free is a little trickier. Here is how. Read what people are saying about it.

Investing Basics: Asset Allocation using 10-5-3 Rule (18 Tips)
This rule is just one tool in your long-term investment plan, but it's a rule of thumb everyone should know. Read what the discussion.

ETFs vs. Mutual Funds: Five Trends Show that ETFs Are "Winning" (15 Tips)
While the asset management industry isn't a zero-sum game, it's clear that the growth of ETFs is occurring at the expense of the mutual fund industry. Read what people are saying about it.

You can get more of today's hot finance stories at tipd.com. At Tip'd, the community chooses which financial stories go "hot" and appear on the homepage. The links above are those links which got "tipped" the most in the past seven days by the community members.

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