Weekly roundup of some of the best personal finance articles from around the web.
Grocery delivery services: The best way to save time and money in 2020 (The Wealthy Nickel). A comprehensive guide to home delivery providers. Have you tried any of these?
Using First-Order Thinking to Visualize Spending Decisions (The Simple Dollar). Looking at the questions behind the question for better decision making.
The money you don’t invest (The Irrelevant Investor). The stock market rewards those who are patient and persistent.
20 IRS audit red flags (Kiplinger). It’s always struck me as odd that people who are unusually generous have an unusually high chance of being audited.
The simple side hustle I used to earn over $5,000 as a college student (My Money Wizard). Profiting from “weird knowledge.”
Where you go to college doesn’t matter (Wealth Management). The headline might be overstating things a bit, but the article’s point is well taken. The prestige of the university matters less than what students make of their time in school.
Keeping up with the Joneses (Becoming Minimalist). A better goal.
Why we take our toddler grocery shopping every week (She Picks Up Pennies). You can talk to your kids about smart ways to buy groceries, or you can take them shopping.
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