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Personal Responsibility and Finance
Mon, 08/11/14 | 7 Comments
Personal Responsibility and Finance

Fresh off of my snarky “crowdfund my wedding” post a few weeks back, I have been keeping an eye on the latest crowdfunding trends. What a racket!
There was the story of the attractive and heavily …

The Active Chaser vs. the Passive Spectator
Wed, 07/16/14 | 3 Comments
The Active Chaser vs. the Passive Spectator

Most of us want financial success, yet surprisingly few are successful at it. Why? What is the the defining characteristic of those who achieve financial success?
If there’s one thing I have learned over the years …

A Mandatory Exercise in Tracking your Personal Finances
Mon, 05/5/14 | 11 Comments
A Mandatory Exercise in Tracking your Personal Finances

As my income has grown, expenses have declined, and I’ve grown more and more in tune with my personal finances and long-term goals – an interesting and ironic thing has happened.
Time has seemingly slowed WAAAAY …

Thinking of Entering the March Madness Billion Dollar Bracket Challenge?
Mon, 03/17/14 | 5 Comments
Thinking of Entering the March Madness Billion Dollar Bracket Challenge?

I hesitated to write and publish this post, because Quicken loans is already getting a lifetime of free publicity from their Billion Dollar Bracket Challenge, insured by Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway (yep, the same Warren …

Share your Biggest Financial Accomplishments of 2012 & Goals for 2013!
Tue, 01/1/13 | 21 Comments
Share your Biggest Financial Accomplishments of 2012 & Goals for 2013!

I hate resolutions as much as anyone.
But one thing I do like is reviewing (to understand where I’m at and what I’ve accomplished) and optimizing (to kick more butt in the future).
So I thought it …

Why “Spend Less than you Earn” is Flawed Financial Advice
Tue, 01/24/12 | 21 Comments
Why “Spend Less than you Earn” is Flawed Financial Advice

One of the most over-used, over-rated, over-hyped financial cliches out there is “spend less than you earn” or similarly spend less than you make”.
We’ve all heard it. Many of us have lived by it. But is …


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