I knew it would be bad, and I have no reason to worry about our market investments because we're young enough to recoup it all (hopefully), but since I calculate our net worth monthly, I had to look at the damage to my Roth IRA and Rollover … [Read more...] about Oooh, I shouldn’t have looked [Investments]
After just getting off my soapbox about buying $1,500 televisions, and our own reasons for not buying, I decided to spend $1,500 of our money. But it might surprise you to know that it wasn't any material goods that I purchased.In fact, I … [Read more...] about I chose to pump $1500 into the economy today
Imagine you look like Shaggy from Scooby Doo, just graduated college, and you got a job in the most expensive city in the country. What would you do first?If your answer is to get an apartment at the top of your budget (if you even have a budget) … [Read more...] about “A Million Bucks by 30” Book Review and GIVEAWAY!
By BraaakThis is a guest post by Braaak, former Portfolio Manager at a major mutual fund family. Currently Braaak provides insurance and other financial services to high net worth individuals and small- to medium-sized companies. He writes … [Read more...] about Optimal Capital Structure for Personal Finance
Over a year ago, I asked whether Webkinz were a waste of money or a learning opportunity for kids. I think I can now pose the question for adults as well.A couple months ago, when I had the yearning for a puppy, Stacie decided that a Webkinz … [Read more...] about Can Webkinz Teach Kids Personal Finance?
By Rob BennettRob Bennett is the author of â€œPassion Saving: The Path to Plentiful Free Time and Soul-Satisfying Work,â€ and writes the Financial Freedom Blog. He writes extensively on Valuation-Informed Indexing at his www.PassionSaving.com … [Read more...] about A New Approach to â€œStaying the Courseâ€