Profitable Ideas: Quiet Compounding, Cheap Protection for Your Car, and More

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

Quiet compounding (Collaborative Fund). “It’s a wonder to see.” 

No more piggy banks (The Contessa Counts). Great ideas for helping your kids manage their own spending.

Envy is not an asset class (A Teachable Moment). “Liberating yourself from the addiction of comparison should be the centerpiece of your financial plan.”

Visualized: How long can each generation survive without income? (Visual Capitalist). If your income ended tomorrow, how long could you pay your essential expenses?

Early career conversations young workers need to have (Fast Company). Send this to the recent college grad in your life.

The $10 item that can prevent your car from being stolen (Clark Howard). Today’s car thieves have gone high tech. Here’s how to protect yourself.

Are you dreamscrolling? Three ways to avoid overspending (Reuters). It’s not all bad. Here’s how to keep it that way.

Teaching your kids about money (Christian Stewardship Network). What if a parent doesn’t feel qualified to teach their kids about money? We tackle that topic and more in this conversation.

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