Profitable Ideas: Mapping the Cheapest Flights, A New Way of Counting the Cost, and More

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

This fascinating new tool lets you map the cheapest flights to anywhere from any city (MarketWatch). If you’re planning a trip, give this a try.

Six women share their biggest financial mistakes (Fast Company). An opportunity to learn from other people’s missteps.

Secrets of super savers revealed (TD Ameritrade). Take a look at how much super savers spend on housing.

How Stanford students turned $5 into $650—in just 2 hours (Heleo). A great lesson in creative thinking.

Half of parents who entrusted their kids with this money move now regret it (MarketWatch). The whole credit card training thing doesn’t seem to be going so well.

5 ways to live small (Experience Life). Good tips for traveling light in the journey through our consumer culture.

We don’t buy things with money, we buy them with hours from our life (Becoming Minimalist). A helpful different way to consider the cost.

Using your true hourly discretionary income to make smarter purchases (The Simple Dollar). Another perspective on the same idea.

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