Profitable Ideas: Protecting Your Financial Identity, ‘Does It Spark Joy?’ is the Wrong Question, and More

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

Stop thief (Humble Dollar). Protecting your financial identity in light of the Equifax hack and beyond.

4 ways science says money affects your mind (Wise Bread). Money really can mess with our minds. Here are some surprising examples, and some solutions.

Your ‘money personality’ is first step to financial health (USA TODAY). Good suggestions for four financial personality types. Which one do you identify with?

How debt steals future freedom (Ron Blue Institute). The heart of financial contentment.

‘Does it spark joy?’ is the wrong decluttering question (Becoming Minimalist). This author suggests a great alternative question.

This bank ‘protection’ fee costs Americans more than $11 billion, and you can avoid it! (Clark Howard). When “protection” causes harm.

Three resume trends that are actually worth following and two that aren’t (Fast Company). If you’re looking for a new job, review your resume with these ideas in mind.

Airlines are surprising some travelers with a $50 charge at the gate (Time). Think you scored a rock bottom airfare? It may have come with some caveats.

What are your thoughts on any of the above? Let me know by leaving a comment below.

Interested in more ideas and encouragement for using money well? If you haven’t done so already, sign up for a free subscription to this blog.

, , , , ,

Comments are closed.
Share This