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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 […]

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Profitable Ideas: The Financial Habits You Inherited, Stealing Graceland, and More

Weekly list of curated personal finance articles from around the web. The money habits I learned from my parents—for better or worse (Wall Street Journal). “You may want to invest and spend wisely, but these unconscious, ingrained tendencies can create financial problems down the road.” How to visit colleges (The College Financial Lady). If you’re checking out […]

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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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Raising the Next Generation of Wise Money Managers

It was a privilege to record an episode of the Generosity Now podcast recently, talking about a topic of importance to all parents—raising our kids with biblical financial perspectives and practices. Please listen to the conversation (and pass this along to any parents you know!). Our conversation was based on my latest book, Trusted: Preparing […]

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Profitable Ideas: The Top Skill of the Future, Subtle Signs of ID Theft, and More

Weekly list of curated personal finance articles from around the web. The most important skill of the future is being ‘indistractable’ (Nir and Far). It’ll help in our careers and in every important relationship. Seinfeld on when money became everything (A Wealth of Common Sense). A lot longer ago, Jesus identified money as His chief […]

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A Mom’s Final Advice on Money

Anyone who has lost someone they love will tell you that holidays bring back some of their strongest memories of those people. That’s certainly true for me. So, with Mother’s Day coming up this weekend, I’ve been thinking about my mom who passed away in December of 2003. This year brought back a memory of […]

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