A weekly roundup of some of the more interesting and helpful personal finance articles I’ve read recently.
Every day with less leads to a life worth more (No Sidebar). Staying mindful of what matters most.
In which I discover exactly how much I’m ‘saving’ on Old Navy promotions (The Billfold). One more reason to get off all those email promotion lists.
The role of career planning in financial planning (Gen Y Planning). Your income is arguably your most valuable financial asset, which is why it belongs in your financial plan.
Some thoughts on raising children to make good financial choices (The Simple Dollar). Don’t just teach them what to do; teach them why.
Health savings accounts – the other retirement plan (The Chicago Financial Planner). Used correctly, it’s like a traditional IRA and a Roth IRA all in one.
Anthony Bourdain tells Moneyish why you need to stop wasting food (Moneyish). For most of us, food is one of our biggest expenses. Why are we throwing so much money out with the trash?
Five decisions to true financial freedom: Salvation decision (Ron Blue Institute). First in a five-part series by one of the best biblical money management teachers.
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