Personal finance links: spending money vs. time

PodcastsMichael and Ben talk about how to think about some of those first, big financial life decisions in your life. (theirrelevantinvestor.com)Meb Faber talks with Adam Moelis, co-founder and CEO of Yotta Savings, about how to help Americans save more. (awealthofcommonsense.com)SpendingHow to spend your money to maximize your happiness including “Spend on others.” (popsci.com)Lifestyle inflation is real especially for new entrants to the workforce. (humbledollar.com)Where you live subconsciously affects how you spend. (businessinsider.com)InvestingBad market timing matters a lot less if you do this one thing. (awealthofcommonsense.com)Another good entry in the ‘How I invest my money’ literature. (finunciate.com)The vast majority of people have no interest in the mechanics of investing. (tonyisola.com)All new financial tools can be abused, including fractional shares. (wsj.com)Retirement savingsThe CARES Act opened up the option of getting at retirement accounts but relatively few Americans have done it. (nytimes.com)State-administered automatic retirement savings programs are easy for small business owners to navigate. (nytimes.com)If you are a gig worker you need to approach retirement planning from a different angle. (morningstar.com)Lists20 of the most important personal finance laws to live by including: “Automate everything.” (fortune.com)Nine ways to stop wasting time including “Search less.” (humbledollar.com)Four financial truths for Millennials including “Make a financial plan early.” (mullooly.net)Personal finance2020 is not a typical year-end: some money things to keep in mind. (ritholtz.com)Don’t let comparisons to others knock you off your own financial goals. (msn.com)Four lessons on paying for college including not all loans are created equal. (humbledollar.com)What California homeowners need to know about the impact of Prop 19. (benningfieldadvisors.com)Don’t buy a second house for anything other

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