How to buy happiness (Laura Vanderkam). By now you probably know that experiences tend to create more happiness than things, but using money to free up time is also important.
Building financial momentum when you’re struggling to make ends meet (The Simple Dollar). The importance of taking even little steps in the right direction.
A career secret weapon: Thank-you notes (Reuters). It’s a throwback to an earlier day, which makes it even more impactful.
The 8 most common 2019 tax return questions, answered by experts (NY Times). With sweeping changes to the tax code that took effect in 2018, there’s a lot to get accustomed to.
Smaller tax refunds surprise those expecting more relief (NY Times). If you’ve already filed your taxes, your expectations may be smacking up against a very different reality.
What’s the cheapest place to buy groceries online? We compare Amazon, Walmart, Peapod, and FreshDirect (Money). Have you tried any of these services? What’s been your experience?
21 Selling apps to sell stuff online and locally (Bible Money Matters). Lots of good options for making some money from your decluttering efforts.
Here’s how to take $100 and turn it into a business (Inc). It’s never been easier, or less expensive, to set up shop.
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