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Profitable Ideas: The Tipping Point, Best Password Protections, and More

Weekly list of curated personal finance articles from around the web. How much should you tip? 5 people share their habits (Time). Tipping has gotten complicated—what to do with the dreaded tip screen. Here’s how to cut your cable and cell phone bills (Fast Company). Make sure you’re talking with the right person, and other […]

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Profitable Ideas: Best Investing Advice for Teens, Your Chances of Getting Audited, and More

Weekly roundup of some of the best personal finance articles from around the web. What’s the best investing advice parents can give teenagers? (A Teachable Moment). When it comes to investing, kids have an invaluable asset: time. What are the real chances your taxes will get audited by the IRS this year? (Money). In short, […]

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Profitable Ideas: IRS Red Flags, One Money Mistake You’ll Never Regret, and More

A weekly roundup of helpful personal finance articles. Beware, the IRS is looking for these red flags this tax season (MarketWatch). Ah, the irony — being especially generous is a red flag. 7 products with unbelievable warranties (Three Thrifty Guys). This is an important—and often overlooked—aspect of spending money well. Amazon wants to own your checking account […]

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