Some of the best investing and personal finance articles from around the web.
- The economy as we knew it might be over, Fed says (CNN). Fed Chair Jerome Powell sees better days ahead, but a very different world.
- Fed warns assets face big declines if virus goes unchecked (Advisor Perspectives). The Fed reviews the numbers and sees plenty of concerns on the horizon.
- U.S. data suggest economic recovery may be weakening (Reuters). Expectations for a rough winter.
- Global stock markets = $95 trillion (The Big Picture). Despite all the troubling news, the stock market trudges onward and upward.
- What a Biden presidency means for your finances (Of Dollars and Data). A look at the president-elect’s tax plan and its likelihood of passage.
- Seven key factors for family business survival (Wealth Management). “Only about one in three family businesses outlive the founder’s generation. Only 12% make it through the third.”
- How to enjoy wealth to the glory of God (The Gospel Coalition). The key is not setting our hope on it. Here’s how.
- You’re using your HSA all wrong (Morningstar). If you can invest some of the balance, you’ll turn your HSA into a super-charged IRA.
- 4 questions to help you set a financial finish line (National Christian Foundation). A counter-cultural solution to the fear of not having enough.
- Retirees get a break from required minimum distributions this year. What experts say to do instead (CNBC). This is usually the time of year when retirees are implored to make sure they’ve taken their RMDs. This year is different.
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