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Your Weekly Fisecal Vol 2

by | May 22, 2020

Happy Friday!

It’s time for another round of awesome personal finance articles hand-picked by us!

We hope these articles provide new insight into your money and inspire you along your financial journey. Without further ado, here are this week’s lucky 4 (and one more for fun):

1. Animal Crossing: 9 Personal-Finance Lessons From Nintendo’s Hit Game – Kiplinger

“believe it or not, the personal finance lessons learned in Animal Crossing: New Horizons translate pretty well to how you can practice good behaviors in the real world.”

2. 4 Money Mistakes Your Brain Keeps Making & How To Avoid Them – The Financial Diet

“Cognitive biases — our brain’s tendency to veer from logic — can lead us to make less-than-optimal financial choices even when we know better.”

3. How are unemployment benefits taxed? – CNBC

“Unemployment benefits are taxed just like income”

4. How Is the US Going to Pay for All This Stimulus Spending? – SmartAsset

“The U.S. has borrowed heavily to pay for the coronavirus relief spending. It can pay that debt off by fiscal means or monetary means. The former entails generating revenue and cutting spending while the latter entails, essentially, printing new money. These are not mutually exclusive options for the government, as is evident in the government’s response to the pandemic.”

Bonus: 16 Dogs Who Cannot Possibly Be Comfortable – Pomsky Dog

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