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Profitable Ideas: Celebs Shilling For Crypto, Establishing a Family Money Philosophy, and More

Weekly roundup of recommended personal finance articles from around the web. Why is Matt Damon shilling for crypto? (NY Times). Why invest in something you may not understand? Because it’s what brave people do? Ah, no. What fast fashion costs the world (Experience). It used to be that good stewardship meant buying what’s inexpensive. But […]

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Profitable Ideas: A Virtual Land Grab, Getting More Time and Money, and More

Weekly roundup of recommended personal finance articles from around the web. Investors are paying millions for virtual land in the metaverse (CNBC). To the uninitiated, this probably sounds crazy, but it may be the wave of the future. Five common obstacles to generosity (and how to overcome them) (National Christian Foundation). Are any of these […]

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Profitable Ideas: The Bull Market May Have Room to Run, Financial Education in Aisle Three, and More

Weekly roundup of worth-your-time personal finance articles from around the web. Is this the greatest bull market in history? (A Wealth of Common Sense). Good times (and bad times) can last longer than you may think. What do you think you should be paid? (NY Times). Navigating a tough interview question. See also, 3 better questions […]

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Profitable Ideas: What’s Behind Your Money Worries, Random Acts of Kindness, and More

Weekly roundup of interesting and helpful personal finance articles from around the web. What you’re really worried about when you’re worried about money (The Atlantic). It’s good to explore what’s behind our financial fears, and it’s interesting how generosity can redirect our focus in very healthy ways. Starting early (Humble Dollar). Getting the young people […]

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How’s Your Financial Health?

There’s a new report out that says a growing but still small number of Americans are financially healthy. Working with researchers at the University of Southern California, the Center for Financial Services Innovation (CFSI) administers an annual eight-question survey among a representative sample of U.S. adults, leading to what it calls the U.S. Financial Health […]

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What Matters More — Your Spending Rate or Your Saving Rate?

Those of us who write about money for a living can get a little carried away by some of the nitty-gritty details. That seemed to be the case in a surprisingly impassioned debate that sprang up recently over what a person’s higher priority should be—controlling spending or controlling saving. At first, it seemed kind of […]

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