Profitable Ideas: When Savers Find It Tough to Spend, Whether Credit Card Rewards are Taxable, and More

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

Don’t save too little, or too much (NY Times). After many years of saving, some people find it hard to spend.

Tiny home living and minimalism are helping us become debt-free (Marriage, Kids and Money). The big steps one couple is taking on the path toward financial freedom.

The money people in my life that I’m thankful for (ESI Money). With Thanksgiving coming up, and since this is a financial blog, who are the money people in your life that you’re thankful for?

More retirees today have a mortgage (Squared Away). No matter how far you are from retirement, planning to retire without a mortgage would be a very good goal.

Read this before you take out a loan on your 401(k) (MarketWatch). Such loans are easy to obtain, but come with some unique risks.

How to survive an IRS tax audit (US News). While your chances of being audited are pretty slim, here’s what you need to know should it happen to you.

What does buying a new car really cost over the years? (JL Collins). Follow up to the author’s article in last week’s roundup about buying a new car.

Do you have to pay taxes on credit card rewards? (The Balance). In short, probably not. However…

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