Personal finance is a topic that many everyday people wish they knew more about.  There are plenty of books out there to help educate people about personal finance, but a lot of them are textbook-like and hard to read.  On tomorrow’s episode of Living With Money, I interview John Schwartz from The New York Times about his new book, and why it can help everyday people become at ease with their finances.

Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:

‘The Fed is in a Pickle’ – Cullen Roche – Pragmatic Capitalism

‘Here’s Why That Scholarship Might Not Be Free After All’ – Darla Mercado – CNBC

‘How To Avoid a Retirement Disaster’ – Barry Ritholtz – Bloomberg

‘Do Index Funds Cost 100 Times As Much As You Think?’ – Jason Zweig – The Wall Street Journal

‘The Luck of the Draw When Diversifying Across Time’ – Ben Carlson – A Wealth of Common Sense