Some of the best investing and personal finance articles from around the web.
Charlie Munger, Warren Buffett’s partner and ‘abominable no-man,’ dies at 99 (Wall Street Journal). His wit and wisdom made him one of the most quotable figures in the investing world.
Retirement roulette (Humble Dollar). Seven financial issues that need to be addressed in order to retire well.
Opinion: The moment I realized we’re saving too much for retirement (CNN). Not everyone is in this situation, but the author’s point is well taken: it would be a shame to save for a future we envision but won’t be able to fully enjoy.
What we fight about when we fight about money (Wall Street Journal). “Sharing values is important, even more so than sharing personality traits.”
Own goals: do you know why you are investing? (Morningstar). On the importance of digging deeper to understand the goal behind your goals.
Why I’m hitting retirement running (The Gospel Coalition). What one physician found when searching the Scriptures for guidance on what to do with her post-career life.
Social Security asked you for money back — now what? (Kiplinger). A better question might be: How could an organization that’s running low on money overpay to the tune of $23 billion?
Year-end charitable giving strategies (Morningstar). It isn’t just about saving on taxes; it’s about freeing up more money to invest in God’s work in the world.
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