Wednesdays are all about personal finance here at Abnormal Returns. You can check out last week’s links including a look at what home renovations pay off the most.
Quote of the Day
"Money is neither good nor bad. It is merely an efficient unit of exchange which enables you to buy the things you need and want."(Jason Butler)
Chart of the Day
A look at the ‘getting rich’ quadrant.
- Your legacy will likely not be financial in nature. (retirementfieldguide.com)
- 44% of Americans admit to keeping financial secrets from their partners. (usatoday.com)
- Your financial life is the sum total of a lot of small, individual decisions over time. (humbledollar.com)
- How personal finance connects to your broader life. (thesimpledollar.com)
- On the (pretty good) state of American borrowers. (theirrelevantinvestor.com)
- Not all personal debt is equal. (washingtonpost.com)
- On the importance of owning a home you can afford. (humbledollar.com)
- The 10 best cities in the US to move to right now. (curbed.com)
- How workers over 50 should be prepared for an involuntary job shock. (marketwatch.com)
- Changes in the tax laws have made QCDs much more valuable when giving to charity. (humbledollar.com)
- Don't try to destroy an old metal credit card on your own. (insidehook.com)