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Profitable Ideas: Unusually Good Ways to Spend Your Refund, Your Car Is Selling You Out, and More

A weekly roundup of some of the best personal finance articles I’ve come across lately. Stop spending money: 401(k) breakdown (Seeking Alpha). Some of the steps for wise investing are well within your control. You just need the discipline to take them. 5 unusual, money-smart ways to spend your tax refund (US News). Are you getting a […]

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Profitable Ideas: Proven Paths Out of Debt, Two Incomes Aren’t Always Better Than One, and More

Some of the better articles I found on my last trip through the financial cyberspace. 7 research-proven strategies that can help you finally get out of debt (Magnify Money). These ideas have been put to the test. Tax reform is here: What it means for your taxes (US News). Use the new parameters to estimate your 2018 […]

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Profitable Ideas: Skip The Toy Store, The Treasure Decision, and More

A weekly roundup of some of the more interesting and helpful personal finance articles I’ve read recently. 5 alternative gift ideas that don’t come from a toy store (Magnify Money). Good ideas for gifts that will be greatly valued while subtly instilling the values of what matters most. A lazy person’s guide to happiness (The Atlantic). Lessons […]

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Profitable Ideas: The Number That Matters Most, Preparing for the Next Bear, and More

A weekly roundup of some of the more interesting and helpful personal finance articles I’ve read recently. Number one number (Humble Dollar). There’s wisdom in maintaining a healthy hatred of recurring bills and being ruthless about keeping them under control. To cure affluenza, we have to be satisfied with the stuff we already own (The Guardian). The […]

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Setting Financial Priorities: A Framework for Financial Success

It’s easy to make managing money more complicated than it needs to be. That’s because money isn’t just an objective “means of exchange” as the dictionary defines it. Money is wrapped up in our emotions – our hopes, dreams, and fears. And our use of it is strongly influenced by the many messages of our […]

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Profitable Ideas: A Credit Freeze Will Only Get You So Far, The Human Decency Fund, and More

A weekly roundup of some of the more interesting and helpful personal finance articles I’ve read recently. Here’s why a credit freeze won’t protect your identity completely (US News). Freezing your credit is a good idea, but there are other steps you should take as well. A guide to choosing your company benefits during open […]

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