Weekly roundup of some of the best personal finance articles from around the web.
Men spend more on impulse buys than women. Here are 6 ways to break the habit (CNBC). Good ideas for resisting the urge to splurge.
Good information alone won’t drive financial well-being (UCLA). When it comes to managing money well, logic will only get you so far. Here are some psychological nudges that can help.
Wealth doesn’t happen overnight—here’s how to get rich slowly (Gen Y Planning). Doing the work of wise money management.
What your spending habits say about who you are (CBS Money Watch). Marketers are interested in using insights like these for their own purposes, but understanding how our personality or temperament impacts our financial choices can be helpful to us as well.
Solomon on money (Humble Dollar). Timeless wisdom that’s as applicable today as ever.
The grim reality of millennials who rely on their parents for money (MarketWatch). Ah, no. Just no.
It’s hard to talk about money with your kids. Here’s how to discuss college costs (USA TODAY). The importance of setting expectations early.
What I teach my kids about money (Cameron Huddleston). How one personal finance writer is instructing her kids.
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