Weekly roundup of some of the best personal finance articles from around the web.
How long does it take to make your money back after a bear market? (A Wealth of Common Sense). Learning what we can from past downturns.
Seven ways to manage your anxiety during a market crash (A Teachable Moment). There’s still a lot you can control.
The ‘average’ year is rarer than you may think (The Evidence-Based Investor). Averages are made up of lots of ups and downs—a good point to remember while the market is way down.
4 easy things to do now to protect your finances from economic uncertainty (Fast Company). If you’ve been living a little too close to the financial edge, use this crisis as a motivator to make some changes.
Top 10 money lessons you must teach your kids (Value Walk). Lots of good ideas here.
US tax filing deadline moved to July 15, Mnuchin says (CNN). Just days ago, the filing deadline was still April 15; it was just the payment date that had been changed. But now even the filing date has been pushed back.
Why so many Americans don’t talk about money (The Atlantic). The dictionary’s definition of money — “a means of exchange” — couldn’t be more different from how people experience money.
Common enemies (Collaborative Fund). This one doesn’t have much to do with money, but it has some encouraging, helpful thoughts what’s happening in our world right now.
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