Profitable Ideas: The Danger of Playing it Too Safe, Raising Unentitled Kids, and More

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

A message to my young friends (The Reformed Broker). When you’re young, playing it too safe with your investments is one of the most dangerous things you can do.

Put off these money moves at your own peril (CNBC). What financial decisions have you put on the back burner?

‘Please un-entitle me’ (Pretend to be Poor). What young kids would say to their parents if they could think like their future selves.

Why there’s never enough time (Raptitude). Reflections on feeling hungry in the land of plenty.

6 simple tricks for saving money when you travel (Make It). Some good tips, whether traveling in the U.S. or overseas.

The key to financial success is being accountable to yourself (The Simple Dollar). You probably already know what you need to do to get to a better financial place. Here are some ideas for actually doing those things.

Tiny houses grow in popularity, yet drawbacks abound (CNBC). Living the 200-square-foot version of the American Dream.

How to save on car insurance (Consumer Reports). Some of the main factors that drive rates up, and some that can drive them down.

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