Weekly roundup of some of the best personal finance articles from around the web.
Investors have been making the same mistake for 300 years (The Atlantic). Sir Isaac Newton was quite a scientist, but he made a legendary investment mistake that’s still all too common today.
Leaving a legacy: why everyone needs an estate plan (bankrate.com). Has this been on your someday/one day list? Better to get to it sooner than later.
Websites to sell your stuff for cash (US News). From sofas to cell phones, there’s a site to help you sell it.
Could your budget handle a drop in income? (Money Ning). Just having a budget will help, but here are some other ideas as well.
Take the financial literacy quiz (FINRA). A quick six-question quiz to see how much you know about money.
6 ways to work remotely without acting too remote (Fast Company). What to wear for your next Zoom call and other timely career management advice.
68 bits of unsolicited advice (The Technium). Lots of good ones here, some of which even pertain to money!
“The Art of Frugal Hedonism” and finding pleasure in frugality (The Simple Dollar). The authors of a new book say spending less isn’t about deprivation.
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