Family Finances

Top Reads: Purposeful Spending

This week’s top reads are all about purposeful spending and saving your money mindfully. In the personal finance section, Blair duQuesnay encourages us to evaluate whether we are spending purposefully and in such a way that brings us joy. Michael Kitces talks about how to save for retirement when there Read more…

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Family Finances

Top Reads: Money Revelations

This week’s top reads collection is diverse and packed with useful information for financial advisors and entrepreneurs alike. In the personal finance section, Carl Richards shares why money is so emotional, Ben Carlson lists 10 money revelations he’s learned from having children, Michael Batnick discusses capitalism and how times are Read more…

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Family Finances

Top Reads: Little Money Rules

This week’s top reads are full of personal finance inspiration and juicy nuggets of information. In the first section we have simple phrases to stimulate deep thought, insight on what helps and hurts investment returns on any portfolio, and how financial planning can help even those that have achieved financial Read more…

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Family Finances

Top Reads – Money vs. Life

This week’s top reads dive deep into our drive to save money and how becoming consumed by that can take its toll, leaving us wealthier, not happier. The personal finance section includes a comprehensive article on retirement and why we delay, histories of misers and the fortunes they left behind Read more…

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Family Finances

Top Reads: Retirement Planning

This week’s top reads are about retirement planning. Raghav has sourced articles about entering retirement with insufficient savings, tools to keep you happy in your golden years, and tips for entrepreneurs to consider when planning for retirement. For more articles like this, check out Raghav’s two previous Top Reads articles Read more…

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Education

Top Reads: Avoiding Stupidity

This week, Raghav has a great lineup of the most-shared articles from his Twitter and LinkedIn profiles over the past few weeks. In the personal finance section, you’ll learn why a financial planner hired his own financial planner, why antibiotic resistance should change the way you think about financial planning, Read more…

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Family Finances

Health Insurance Decision Time Forces Big Questions

With few exceptions, insurance is mandatory for Americans. Those who don't have a policy through work or, if self-employed, don't purchase their own policy, face tax penalties. You can open and invest in a Healthcare Savings Account (HSA) to take advantage of healthcare cost tax deductions--but doing so may require that you buy one of the more "deluxe" HSA-approved plans on the marketplace.

By Jane Hodges, ago
Education

Should You Roll Student Loan Debt Into Your Mortgage?

The reality of student loan debt is influencing many Americans’ ability to finance a home purchase, but new rules from lending overseer Fannie Mae are introducing new options for borrowers. Financial advisors say the flexibility is welcome, and that for many adults they make sense as part of a sound financial plan.

By Jane Hodges, ago