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Profitable Ideas: Cars That Last, Why It Matters Who Made Your Clothes, and More

A weekly roundup of helpful personal finance articles. Should you buy Bitcoin? Ask a different question first (Sketch Guy – a NY Times blog). Are you winging it with your investments or do you have a plan? Here’s to doing what matters — a manifesto (Coach Carson). An interesting way to find motivation by visualizing the […]

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The Happiest Uses of Money

If you want to know the secrets to happiness, you’ll find plenty of suggestions online. But there are quite a few serious studies on the topic as well, and one of the most authoritative is the Harvard Study of Adult Development. Some 80 years ago, the school started tracking and analyzing the lives of 724 […]

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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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Danger Ahead

It’s a dangerous business, Frodo, going out your door. You step onto the road, and if you don’t keep your feet, there’s no knowing where you might be swept off to. — Bilbo Baggins, “The Lord of the Rings” We were made for adventure. Even those of us who work in offices know that to […]

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Profitable Ideas: The Habits of Success, Putting First Things First, and More

Last roundup of the year—lots of ideas for getting 2018 off to a great start. What the rich do differently: Habits that foster wealth and success (Get Rich Slowly). Titles like this often amount to nothing more than clickbait, but this is a good post that reviews the findings of numerous authors who have studied people […]

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Profitable Ideas: Creating a New Year’s ‘To-Be’ List, Frugality is Not Your Solution, and More

A weekly roundup of some of the more interesting and helpful personal finance articles I’ve read recently. What’s on your ‘to-be’ list for the New Year? (Sound Mind Investing). Especially if your resolutions look the same every year, maybe it’s time for a fresh approach to planning. How criminals can steal money off your gift cards (Clark […]

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Grandma Had Love

We spend much of our lives striving, pursuing. Good grades. A good school. Someone to spend our lives with. In all that busy striving and pursuing, time slips past. And when our time here is over, if we were blessed with a family or friends, someone may say a few words about all that. What […]

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Profitable Ideas: Jumpstart Your Savings, What to Make of Bitcoin, and More

A weekly roundup of articles that’ll help you manage money well. Jumpstart your savings goals now (Living Well Spending Less). Really good advice to get the new year started well. How to buy low this Christmas season (and always) (Sound Mind Investing). You know about retailer price matching, but did you know your credit card may be […]

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