Profitable Ideas: Stop Being So Financially Annoying, A Must-Read For Anyone Who Rents Cars, and More

A weekly roundup of some of the more interesting and helpful personal finance articles I’ve read recently.

7 money habits that annoy your spouse (CBS Money Watch). Little financial changes that could make a big difference in your marriage.

Spectacular advice (Slate). Warby Parker’s co-founder and co-CEO on productivity, making a difference, and always being tired.

How to cut your healthcare bill: pay cash (Wall Street Journal). My guess is most of us never think to try this. Have you?

Do you really need rental car insurance? 8 things to know (NY Times). What you need to know before renting your next car.

6 things first-time employees should do now that will pay off later (Time). Required reading for all recent college grads.

Detox your finances with a 30-day cleanse (LinkedIn). For anyone trying to form a new financial habit.

25 of the best tips, trips, and hacks to boost your career this month (Mashable). You’re bound to find something helpful in this list.

How to pay school loans and save for retirement at the same time (Bloomberg). As new (debt-laden) grads consider where to work, this has emerged as one of the hottest workplace perks.

To ask questions or give feedback about any of the above articles, meet me in the comments section.

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