Weekly roundup of recommended personal finance articles from around the web.
Living life in the slow lane (This Evergreen Home). This one isn’t directly about money (or is it?), but I think you’ll like it anyway!
The best HSA providers of 2022 (Morningstar). I’m a big fan of health savings accounts. Here’s how the various providers stack up.
Where have all the financial influencers gone? (Business Insider). Be careful where you get your financial counsel: social media influencers are probably profiting more than you are.
Your smart thermostat isn’t here to help you (The Atlantic). It’s genius: marketers get people to pay them to buy something that gives the marketers valuable information.
9 lessons minimalist living will teach your children (No Sidebar). It’s about so much more than having less stuff.
7 steps to improve your credit score right now (Money). I don’t have any experience with the services mentioned in step number four, so “buyer beware.”
How to be generous even when you’re broke (Relevant Magazine). A lack of money need not constrain your generosity.
How much homeowners insurance do I need? (Clark Howard). This is such a boring chore that once most people get insured, they never review their policy to see if they have the right coverage. See also, Shoring up your walls of protection.
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