Better Later Than Too Late

Better Later Than Too Late simple money man

  Today I’m honored to have my post published on a fellow financial blogger’s website:  The Mastermind Within.  Below is an excerpt from the post: Do you ever wish you’d started saving for retirement earlier? Do you think you started… Continue Reading

The Things You Own End Up Owning You

The Things You Own End Up Owning You simple money man

More and more I’m starting to believe the more we have, the more we spend on maintenance, repairs, replacements and excuses to buy even more things.  For example, several months ago I sold and extra car I had. When asked… Continue Reading

7 Popular Myths That Can Put Your Retirement Life Into Danger

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  Today’s post is contributed by Amy Nickson, a passionate writer on finance. Amy is a professional blogger whom has started her own blog and also works as a contributor for the Oak View Law Group. Please share your opinions… Continue Reading

How to Deal With Financial Regrets

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  Financial regrets happen to the best of us. But what we learn from them and how we proceed to move forward are what determines whether or not we will continue to make the same mistakes. But heck sometimes we… Continue Reading

Rich & Famous People with Smart & Dumb Money Habits

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Some are born rich, some inherit it, and some work their butt off to acquire it. How the rich use and spend their riches may also contribute to their continuing to be rich. Wow that sounds kind of confusing :-/… Continue Reading

Are Colleges Teaching Personal Finance?

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Well they weren’t teaching Personal Finance when I was in college, which was…umm…let’s just say a couple of Presidential terms have passed since I graduated :-). Who knows maybe I would have made my coffee at home instead of stopping… Continue Reading