Profitable Ideas: How Rich People Go Broke, The 100 Hour Asset, and More

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

How rich people go broke (A Wealth of Common Sense). Even A-list movie stars make financial mistakes. Learn from Robert Di Nero’s miscues.

5 unexpected ways doing a budget will change your life (Live Your Wage). It’s simply the most powerful tool anyone can use to manage money well.

The 100 hour asset (Seth Godin). How are you investing your most valuable asset?

What you don’t know about your portfolio may help you (Your Life and Money). The art (and profit) of not paying too much attention.

At a time of financial stress, 401(k) fees matter more than ever (NY Times). Retirement plan fees may seem relatively small, but they add up over time.

Using a Roth IRA for a home down payment (Oblivious Investor). Should you or shouldn’t you?

Kids moving back home? Time to write up a lease (Kiplinger). Why setting some boundaries can be helpful for everyone.

7 items your estate plan may have left out (Morningstar). If you have a will or trust, you’re ahead of a lot of people. But check to make sure you’ve addressed these issues.

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