Profitable Ideas: The High Cost of Giving Your Kids Too Much, The Best Use of Money, and More

Weekly roundup of interesting and helpful personal finance articles from around the web.

Not everything gets easier (Liberty Wealth). Some good parenting advice related to the high cost of giving your kids too much.

How much money do you need to make to buy a new car? (A Wealth of Common Sense). “Wealth is the fancy car you don’t drive.”

A goal without a plan is just a wish (The Long Game). For more on this topic, read Financial Goals and Systems: Can One Exist Without the Other? 

The best use of money I’ve ever spent (Calibrating Capital). An investment the author and his family will never forget.

How people get rich now (Paul Graham). Getting rich isn’t a worthy goal in and of itself. Still, it is interesting to see how the ways in which people build wealth have changed over time.

Ten facts you need to know about financing college (A Teachable Moment). Good-to-know info for anyone with college-bound kids.

Spending as a disciple of Jesus (Christian Stewardship Network). As my mentor used to say, every financial decision is a spiritual decision.

Starting a bank account for your child (Saving Joyfully). It’s never too early to start our kids’ financial educations. 

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