A weekly roundup of some of the best personal finance articles from around the web.
If you do any of these 8 things online you could be hurting your credit (Money). It’s amazing, and scary, what your online habits say about you, and how that information is being used.
Financial success isn’t ‘impossible’ (The Simple Dollar). If you’re in a bad place financially, it’s possible to get to a much better place, but it’s going to take some tough decisions.
It’s never too late to save for your retirement, but you’ll regret it if you wait too long (MarketWatch). It’ a simple but tough fact of life — if you’re going to save for the future, you’re going to have to say no to some things right now.
Absolute success is luck. Relative success is hard work. (James Clear). Some helpful distinctions that relate to the success you’re pursuing.
Hot fintech trend: Making debt easier than ever (My Money Blog). In many ways, technology is making day-to-day money management easier, but the easier it gets to move money around, the easier it is to get into financial trouble, too.
Lay down the law (Humble Dollar). Some important lessons to teach your kids about money.
Undervalued financial advice (A Wealth of Common Sense). You’ll get more bang for your buck if you learn to sweat the big stuff.
Even your pet needs an estate plan (Kiplinger). You’ve named a guardian for your kids, but what about Barney the Beagle?
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