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Profitable Ideas: Happy Money, A Lifestyle of Generosity, and More

Weekly list of curated personal finance articles from around the web. How much happiness can your salary buy? Researchers can’t agree (Wall Street Journal). “Money matters for happiness, but not enormously.” “No-buy pledge” catches on with TikTokers. Here’s what to know and how to start (CBS Money Watch). It’s a great way to become more […]

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Profitable Ideas: How Debt Can Define Your Future, Re-Shop to Save, and More

Weekly list of curated personal finance articles from around the web. How I think about debt (Collaborative Fund). “Debt defines your future, and when your future is defined, hope begins to die.” Defining success beyond material excess (Simple Money). Owning more often complicates life more than it enriches life. The new math of driving your […]

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Profitable Ideas: When a Want Becomes a Need, Buffett’s Secret to Success, and More

Weekly list of curated personal finance articles from around the web. How to distinguish between wants and needs (Becoming Minimalist). The lines are not as clear as you might think. Understanding the 4 key 529 plan fees and expenses (Saving For College). You’re not restricted to your state’s plan (although you should probably use it […]

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Profitable Ideas: A Financial Finish Line, Christians and Sports Betting, and More

Weekly list of curated personal finance articles from around the web. The prosperity paradox (Becoming Minimalist). Where’s your financial finish line? Americans think they need almost $1.5 million to retire. Experts say to focus on another number instead (CNBC). Fortunately, it’s a number you have a lot more control over. Insurers are spying on your […]

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Rest for the Weary

“Who of you by worrying can add a single hour to his life?” – Matthew 6:27 In December of 2006, as each week brought news of yet another publisher that had decided to take a pass on a book I had poured a year of my life and left a well-paying corporate job to write, […]

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