Profitable Ideas: Money-Saving Habits, Overcoming Your Fear of Investing, and More

Weekly list of curated personal finance articles from around the web.

10 little shopping habits to help you save money (No Sidebar). I especially like the sixth suggestion.

Why you’re scared of investing (and how to overcome it) (Darius Foroux). To be sure, investing can bring fear. Here are some steps to help keep it from holding you back.

The powerful benefits of Roth conversions (Best Interest). Good primer on an important and somewhat complicated topic.

Prosperity theology vs. stewardship principles (Good Sense). It’s helpful to know how to spot prosperity theology.

No, you don’t owe me a favor (Adam Grant). Part of living generously is knowing how to receive from others.

Why you should plan to get less done (Range Widely). Minimalism is coming for your to-do list, and it’s a good thing.

Why investing earlier may help younger workers avoid retirement worries that plague older generations (CNBC). There’s a whole chapter devoted to teaching your kids how to start investing in Trusted: Preparing Your Kids for a Lifetime of God-Honoring Money Management. Time truly is an invaluable asset.

Simplifi review 2024: automated budget management by Quicken (Marriage, Kids and Money). This is the budget tool we’re using in our household since Mint is going away. It isn’t perfect, but so far it’s suiting our needs.

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