DyerNews, which covers topics such as money management, small business, FinTech and product reviews, published “Top 10 Personal Finance Articles of the Month — March 2022which lists the best articles related to personal finance published in March 2022.
The 10 articles highlighted in the article talk about incorporating different perspectives on money management and investing, how to live a happy and successful life with less expenses and resources, and others personal finance topics such as the gamification of investing, the road to getting rich, and more.
Your Money Blueprint’s “Flip The Script” kick-off article talks about the benefits of looking at spending as a big expense, while breaking down your target savings into smaller chunks. For example, instead of thinking of a car payment as being $400 per month for 5 years, you can think of it as a purchase of $24,000. On the other hand, instead of thinking of the money needed to retire in 20 years as $300,000, you can think of it as saving about $1,300 per month.
The following article titled “What if financial advice for men was more like financial advice for women?” parodies traditional financial advice for women by showing what it would look like if the same principles were used to advise men. The tongue-in-cheek and humorous article ends up pointing out how financial advice for women often reeks of sexist views.
In Best Wallet Hacks’ “Why I Don’t Care About Our Home’s Market Value (Nor Should You)” article, author Jim Wang explains that a higher home value can increase additional costs such as taxes. land, can cause unruly homeowners to be tempted to leverage their investment and take on more debt in a booming real estate market, and even lead to homeowners getting caught in the insidious trap of lifestyle inflation to keep up appearances.
Emily Guy Birken’s article “The Responsibility of Hope” comments on the grim abandonment of responsibility prevalent among the younger generation, who are overwhelmed by the pessimistic nature of national and global events and use them as an excuse to avoid planning. and securing their financial future.
The article “Getting Easily Satisfied is a Superpower” by Kristen, The Frugal Girl, advocates trying to find the simple joys in life and not falling victim to the hedonistic treadmill that always makes you want more. In “7 Lies That Lead to a Cluttered Home,” the writer of Becoming Minimalist draws attention to 7 cognitive biases that can get in the way of fully embracing the minimalist lifestyle and enjoying its benefits.
In Robinhood and the Gamification of Investing, Nick Gallo discusses how FinTech companies are changing their user experience to make it more intuitive, exciting, or visually appealing to entice investors to spend more time in the app and hopefully the, to invest more. The author explains why these techniques are problematic and suggests ways to protect against manipulation.
Dr. Cory Fawcett, in the article “It Doesn’t Take Special Financial Knowledge to Get Rich,” recommends fundamental changes one can make to one’s lifestyle, investments, and spending habits to create long-term, generational wealth using the example of Gordon Elwood whose foundation has given over $4,000,000 in grants to the local community.
In “Make It Hard to Lose,” writer Jesse Cramer explains how eliminating bad habits that affect health, wisdom, and life’s richness can be the stepping stone to greater success in the grand scheme of things.
Finally, in the article “How I create my video reviews for YouTube”, writer Kyle Burbank, who also runs the blog [email protected]shares tips on how he tackles the challenge of creating content to write FinTech product reviews that have earned him over 10,000 subscribers on his YouTube channel.
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