A weekly roundup of some of the best personal finance articles from around the web.
Five money mistakes that can destroy a marriage (CNBC). If any of these issues are present in your marriage, it isn’t too late, but it certainly isn’t too early to start making some changes.
‘The market is rolling simply because it’s rolling’ (A Wealth of Common Sense). Don’t ever let stock market explanations get too complex.
10 brilliant questions smart shoppers ask before buying an appliance (Reviewed). You’ll probably keep it for a long time, so take the time to make a good decision.
Is college worth the price tag? (USA TODAY – video). Too many students are signing up for too much debt without even understanding the ramifications.
The lifecycle of greed and fear (Collaborative Fund). Not the happiest thing you’ll read today, but there are some good insights here about two factors that can wreak havoc with your finances and so much more.
Nine businesses kids can start over the summer (The Simple Dollar). Still looking for ways to keep your kids occupied this summer? Here are some profitable ideas.
30+ easy ways to save big money on your water bill (Vital Dollar). Tired of pouring money down the drain? You’re bound to find a money-saving idea or two on this list.
Four things recruiters look for to size up candidates’ potential (Fast Company). It isn’t just your current skills that matter. It’s what you could bring to the job over time.
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