Profitable Ideas: The 7 Deadly Sins of Personal Finance, Americans’ Top Money Regret, and More

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

The seven deadly sins of personal finance (Get Rich Slowly). What would you add to this list?

Teaching your kids to give their money away is one of the most important lessons  they’ll learn (Business Insider). Ideas for getting kids started on the journey of generosity.

Hidden college costs (Saving For College). If you have college-bound kids, budget accordingly.

The hot trend in smartphones? Not buying a new one (CNBC). This isn’t doing Apple stockholders any favors, but it’s helping a lot of families’ bottom lines.

To anyone who wonders if their giving matters (She Picks Up Pennies). A wonderful post. Read it and be blessed.

Americans’ top regrets all center on this 1 big money mistake (USA Today). To set yourself apart, save early and save often.

How much does it cost to buy happiness? (Advisor Perspectives). Latest findings from the endless quest to explore the connection between money and happiness.

Husbands ignore future widows’ needs (Squared Away). Even if you’re a long way from retirement, it’s important to understand this.

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