Weekly roundup of some of the best personal finance articles from around the web.
Is it okay to buy things you want but don’t need during coronavirus? (Grow). “Do I try to protect the health of delivery people or do I protect their livelihood?”
Here’s what to do if your company cuts its 401(k) match during coronavirus (Money). Your company might temporarily suspend its contribution, but that doesn’t mean you should stop contributing.
The ultimate guide to zero-waste (eco-). It’s good for the environment, and it’s good for your wallet.
Thank Uncle Sam (Humble Dollar). How the government’s various pandemic-inspired programs could improve your finances.
5 no-cost ways to be generous during the pandemic (Art Rainer). There are plenty of opportunities to give that don’t involve money.
Why you should take 5 minutes to set up daily bank account alerts today (CNBC). Some simple steps toward more financial protection.
Do you have to pay taxes on credit card rewards? (The Balance). In most cases, no. But in some cases, maybe.
5 essential skills to expand your job prospects after coronavirus (Fast Company). Where to focus if you’re using some of your free time to build new skills.
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