Some of the best investing and personal finance articles from around the web.
The inverted yield curve omen (Compound Advisors). Recession watch — it looks likely, but determining the timing is tough.
Cut your retirement spending now, says creator of the 4% rule (Wall Street Journal). We all feel the effects of inflation, but retirees on a fixed income feel it most of all.
Why it’s so hard to spend money in retirement (A Wealth of Common Sense). After many years of building savings, parting with it can be difficult. Here’s one idea that can help, a little.
Can a taxable account beat a 401(k)? (Morningstar). Greater tax efficiencies within taxable accounts has changed the math.
How to prepare your adult children for their inheritance (Gateway Wealth Management). Three questions to consider.
4 dangerous assumptions that could hurt your retirement plan (Morningstar). You won’t get a do-over in retirement, so it’s best to err on the cautious side.
Planning for non-recurring expenses in retirement (How Much Can I Afford to Spend in Retirement?). How to plan for car replacement, home remodeling, long-term health care expenses, and more.
Managing wealth — an issue of the heart (Christian Stewardship Network). What do you have your eyes on?
What the happiest retirees know: family, love, and faith habits (ESI Money). What research says about a satisfying retirement.
11 characteristics of sacrificially generous people (Art Rainer). A great, challenging, convicting list that can help each of us check our generosity pulse.
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