Weekly roundup of recommended personal finance articles from around the web.
Kids learn contentment from us (No Sidebar). Our kids are watching what we do and listening to what we say more closely than we might realize.
Five money mistakes you can avoid to achieve financial freedom (Darius Foroux). Are you making any of these?
Fast fashion is hot. It’s also making the world hotter. (Business of Business). Another look at the bigger price paid for cheap clothing.
Want to quit your job? 3 things to consider now to prevent future regrets (ideas.ted.com). You might not have to leave to get what you want. See also, 20 common job interview questions and how to answer them (US News).
The rich and the wealthy (Collaborative Fund). A lesson worth learning from one of the world’s wealthiest families.
Now you can own Bitcoin in 401(k)s. Should you? (Kiplinger). Just because you can (or might be able to soon) doesn’t mean you should.
Credit utilization: understand how it impacts your credit score (US News). Your credit score is your financial reputation. Here’s an important factor that affects your number.
The prosperity gospel loves God’s gifts, but ignores God himself (9Marks — h/t to Art Rainer). Be on the look-out for this, it’s taking on ever more subtle forms.
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