Profitable Ideas: How the Election Will Impact Your Investments, Estate Planning Documents College Kids Need, and More

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

Presidential elections don’t matter (for investments) (Morningstar). Your portfolio is apolitical.

Our productivity is limited, but God’s is not (Made to Flourish — h/t to Art Rainer). How faith can bring order into our distracted, online worlds.

Two estate-planning documents clients need for college-bound kids (Wealth Management). An important article for parents of college-age kids.

Here are the top sacrifices made by super savers (CNBC). Giving up a little now in order to gain a lot down the road.

Why buying real estate may be a bad deal for you amid the pandemic (MSN). If you’re rushing to grab a low mortgage rate, you might be moving too fast.

Examining a generous identity (National Christian Foundation). How living generously can change the world, and the giver.

They’re stuck at home, so they’re making home a sanctuary (NY Times). Have you been spending more than usual on your house?

3 things that will make you happier than money (Inc.). Written for entrepreneurs, but applicable to all.

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