Profitable Ideas: College Decision Time, The Most Important Concept in Finance, and More

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

9 ways to help your teen with the college decision (US News). A good guide for what can be a gut-wrenching decision.

Financial flexibility (The Best Interest). Don’t paint yourself into a corner.

Facing mortality, more Americans wrote wills during the pandemic. Now, they’re opting out (USA TODAY). Human nature strikes again. We do what feels urgent. Do you have a will?

IRS: over $1 billion in unclaimed 2020 tax refunds expire soon (Money). Did you forget to file your taxes—for 2020?

Good for them? (Humble Dollar). How much to leave to the kids? It’s an important question.

Tiptoe through the tulips (Finding Joy). “As we move through the world in our flawed humanity, it’s important to be self-aware. If we recognize our tendencies to get in our own way, we can put guardrails in place to help us stay on track.” 

The war within (Real Smartica). To invest well, use an objective, process-driven approach and stay with it.

The most important concept in finance (A Wealth of Common Sense). I’m not sure it’s the most important concept, but it’s in the top five for sure. 

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