Weekly roundup of some of the best personal finance articles from around the web.
How to spend your money for maximum happiness (Popular Science). The latest on what science tells us about the money/happiness connection.
Here are creative ways to teach your kids about charity (CNBC). Good ideas for cultivating hearts of generosity in our kids.
Why Robinhood’s $65 million fine is a cautionary tale for retail investors (MarketWatch). There’s a lot of irony here, especially given the company’s name.
How to set goals for 2021 when everything feels uncertain (Fast Company). Just because your plans got seriously interrupted in 2020 doesn’t mean you should stop setting goals.
Time limited (Humble Dollar). Making the most of your most valuable asset.
Last man standing (Collaborative Fund). “Everything worthwhile in investing comes from compounding.”
What if you only invested at market peaks? (A Wealth of Common Sense). Setting aside any notion of timing the market is better for your peace of mind, and your portfolio.
A woman who studied 600 millionaires discovered where you choose to live has 2 effects on your ability to build wealth (Business Insider). Choose your neighborhood carefully.
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