Profitable Ideas: Breaking the Fast Fashion Habit, Making the Most of Your 401(k), and More

7 ways to break the fast fashion habit — and save the planet (World Economic Forum). It isn’t good for your wallet or the environment.

Americans could save $700 million by checking one thing before buying a home (MarketWatch). You probably looked at lots of homes before choosing one to buy. You should shop around for a mortgage, too.

Here’s what to do if you can’t pay taxes by April 15 (CNBC). Even if you can’t pay the full amount, you have to file your return.

Workism is making Americans miserable (The Atlantic). Are you looking to your work for more than it can deliver?

Money and marriage: Four tips for successful ‘matrimoney’ (The Simple Dollar). So much of it comes down to communication.

Password managers have a security flaw. But you should still use one. (Washington Post). How carefully are you managing your passwords?

This common 401(k) oversight could cost you big time in retirement (Money). You may have been automatically enrolled, but you still need to take some action.

Most millennial homeowners have buyer’s remorse, a new survey shows (CNBC). A lot of it comes down to a failure to anticipate all the maintenance and repair expenses.

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