A weekly roundup of some of the best personal finance articles from around the web.
Buy low, buy high (The Irrelevant Investor). The surprising, powerful benefits of dollar-cost averaging.
Repeat for emphasis (Humble Dollar). You can’t be reminded often enough about the awesome power of compounding returns.
Why everyone else seems to have more money than you (Fast Company). Ah, the comparison game. It’ll steal your joy and mess with your finances.
Making jeans is bad for the planet. This factory could change that. (Bloomberg). A hopeful step toward fixing the mess that is the global clothing industry.
The biggest returns (Collaborative Fund). Chasing “the false rabbits of success,” and a simple idea that can help you move down a more satisfying path.
10 silent signs your house has a major electrical problem (Reader’s Digest). In order to manage money well, it helps if you can avoid burning your house down!
4 ways to help your child make a financially wise college choice (Bible Money Matters). Good, practical guidance for anyone with college-bound kids.
Why you should file your tax return ASAP this year (CBS Money Watch). It could help you avoid identity theft, and that’s just one of the benefits.
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