10 things you can do today to live more like a minimalist (Becoming Minimalist). “Minimalism isn’t about owning less than you need, it’s about owning exactly what you need.”
The triple tax break you may be missing: a health savings account (NY Times). A deduction for contributions, tax-free growth, and tax-free withdrawals. What’s not to like?
Generous marriages make resilient couples (National Christian Foundation). Generosity starts at home.
Spending more to live wisely (The Simple Dollar). I’m a big believer in the idea that the least expensive option isn’t always necessarily the best deal.
Here’s why so many people intend to die with money in the bank (Bloomberg). It’s understandable that many people want to play it safe financially in their later years, but could some people being playing it too safe?
Why target-date funds miss the mark (Kiplinger). These funds have become the default choice in today’s workplace retirement plans. If you’re using one, just make sure its asset allocation is really right for you.
Talk about money (The Everyday Advisor). Do you have someone you can talk openly with about money? Anyone?
Living a minimalist lifestyle to improve your finances (Clever Girl Finances). Taking steps toward minimalism will be good for your finances and so much more.
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