Personal finance links: accepting your flaws

TaxesWhy the IRS pushed back the tax filing season. (nytimes.com)How to file taxes if you worked remotely in 2020. (wsj.com)Legal stuffAn estate plan is much more than a handful of documents. (humbledollar.com)What you need to know before lending money to family members. (peterlazaroff.com)Pre-nups aren’t just for financial matters these days. (wsj.com)InvestingIn praise of doing as little as possible with your investments. (wsj.com)Even the effects of the worst market timing get washed out over time. (beyond-wealth.com)How to minimized regret when making investment decisions including focusing on process not outcomes. (peterlazaroff.com)Real returns are all that matter. (retirementfieldguide.com)BehaviorBehavioral coaching isn’t about the elimination of emotion. (freakfinance.medium.com)Patience is a superpower. (incognitomoneyscribe.com)Lessons15 personal finance lessons learned from pandemic including ‘You need a will.’ (wsj.com)Five lessons learned from Ben Carlson’s new book “Everything You Need to Know About Saving for Retirement.” (humbledollar.com)Personal financeWhy everyone needs to find what works for them financially. (avieradvisors.com)Frugality is useful up and to a point. After that it can become toxic. (humbledollar.com)The pandemic has made retirement insecurity worse for Americans. (wsj.com)For many being a landlord looks better on paper than in practice. (mansionglobal.com)

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