Profitable Ideas: Jump While You Can, An Essential Lesson for Investors, and More

A weekly roundup of helpful personal finance articles.

Jump while you can (Becoming Minimalist). On the importance of living fully and not taking the future for granted. A good reminder.

This is precisely why timing the market isn’t worth your while (Motley Fool). It’s important to learn this investing lesson as early as possible. You’ll avoid wasting a lot of time, money, and worry.

Helping young workers open a Roth IRA (Kiplinger). The younger you are, the more powerful a Roth IRA can be.

What a year-long clothes buying ban taught me about the privilege of minimalism (Tread Lightly, Retire Early). You’ll save a lot of money, but that’s not the most important benefit.

Using the science of good timing to pass the test, get the job, and live a meaningful life (Heleo). Another really important life lesson with implications for our effectiveness and more.

4 money moves to make after you pay off your mortgage (Wise Bread). If you’re able to hit this amazing milestone, there are some important next steps.

The best way to help your child establish good credit (The Simple Dollar). How does a young person who has never used credit build a good credit score? Glad you asked.

30 quotes about Easter and resurrection: His is risen! (Bible Money Matters). Happy Easter!

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