Profitable Ideas: The Lessons of 2018, Toward More Ethical Uses of Money, and More.

A weekly roundup of some of the best personal finance articles from around the web.

The 10 most valuable financial lessons I learned in 2018 (The Simple Dollar). There are some good lessons for all of us on this list.

The 10 best financial resolutions for 2019 (Forbes). I like these resolutions a lot (although I don’t agree with the advice to use Robinhood for investments). Feel free to adopt some of them as your own.

Mindless resolutions (A Wealth of Common Sense). Point well taken about the importance of prioritizing systems over goals, process over outcomes, and philosophy over tactics.

6 ways we’re looking to cut expenses in 2019 (Three Thrifty Guys). Good money-saving recommendations.

You should freeze your child’s credit. It’s not hard. Here’s how. (NY Times). In this day and age, it’s really important for parents to do this.

8 simple, inexpensive ways to be a more ethical consumer in 2019 (Fast Company). Some good ideas for doing less harm to the world through the products we buy.

Monopoly for a new generation (Kiplinger). As the classic money game tries to connect with a new audience, it may have missed the mark.

The true cost of homeownership is higher than you think (Rockstar Finance). Good words of warning for future first-time home buyers.

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

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