I’ll admit, I can’t remember the last time I wrote a personal check. Yes, those paper things your parents carried with them everywhere. CHECKS! They have almost become obsolete in 2019. But every once in awhile, there is a need for a good old fashioned paper check. The good news is there are many banks where you can get those checks for FREE! Continue reading
With twenty years of investing history under my worn leather belt, I have a few ghost accounts floating around on the digital interwebs. Recently I had a renewed interest in moving one account I found during a personal financial audit. Continue reading
Fabricating Double Duty Money
I love when something you have can pull double duty. Like a Swiss army knife that is not only a super useful blade but a toothpick and tweezers. Yeah, that is awesome! Now, what if you could get your money to pull double duty in the same way and get a year ahead at the same time. Let me explain. Continue reading
Santa Brought A Bad Present
It is said that Christmas is the most wonderful time of year and you know, I would have to agree. It is easily my favorite holiday. Waking on Christmas morning to find presents under the tree has always been a magical moment. Continue reading
Something funny happens on the path between setting audacious goals and realizing you will achieve them, prosperity. While we traditionally think of prosperity in terms of wealth, the prosperity I experienced in 2018 was that of health and happiness. Continue reading
The United States Tax Code is a bloated 500-pound Gorilla. Oh sure, decades ago it started innocently enough. But as the winds of change blow through Continue reading
Are you down with DCA?
Yeah! You know, Dollar Cost Averaging.
DCA is taking a set amount of money each day, week or month and Continue reading
Humblebrag, I have maxed out my 401k for 2018 and I want to help you contribute more to yours. Continue reading
What To Expect From Your Financial Baby
Do you know what to expect from your financial baby? Do the returns from your investment portfolio leave you baffled? Continue reading