Weekly roundup of recommended personal finance articles from around the web.
A basic iPhone feature helps criminals steal your entire digital life (Wall Street Journal). More and more of our vital information is on our phones. Carry with care.
Want less stress? Limit your child’s screen time (Becoming Minimalist). It’ll be good for them, and for you.
‘It broke me.’ Everyone says you need power of attorney, but nobody tells you how hard it is to use (MarketWatch). A cautionary tale.
How to escape the hedonic treadmill (HackerNoon). Gratitude is one of life’s true superpowers.
This is what a job interviewer first notices about you (Reader’s Digest). First impressions speak volumes.
Use it or lose it: if your employer gave you more time to spend your FSA money, the time is now (USA TODAY). If you carried over some FSA money from 2022, you may have just days left to use it.
Why we usually can’t tell when a review is fake (Planet Money). It’s unfortunate but true: there are a lot of fake reviews out there. Here’s what to watch out for.
Nice people don’t value money? Your personality may reveal your savings skills (Study Finds). Temperament plays a big role in how we manage money. Learn more about the financial tendencies of people with a sanguine, melancholy, choleric, and phlegmatic temperament on my site.
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