Profitable Ideas: Netflix Wants to Sell You a Sweatshirt, Minimalism Crashes the Economy, and More

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

Doing nothing is hard work (A Wealth of Common Sense). When investing, sometimes we have to resist the urge to take action.

Plan now for changes coming to college costs (Fidelity). It looks like the aid funnel is getting narrower.

5 lies I believed about work (Unlocking the Bible). How strongly does your faith inform your work?

Netflix: the store! (NY Times). All is sales.

Renting clothing is worse for the planet than just throwing it away, study shows (Fast Company). The best ways to care for God’s creation are sometimes counterintuitive.

Cancel Amazon Prime (The Atlantic). It seems so convenient, but it may be costing you more than you realize.

Just because it makes the world go round doesn’t mean it needs to make your world go round (Becoming Minimalist). Would mass minimalism crash the economy? 

How much do you need to be financially independent? (Of Dollars and Data). The answer is less about the size of your portfolio than you might think. 

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