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Why “No-Spend Days” Don’t Work (& what to Replace them with)
Mon, 05/23/16 | 5 Comments
Why “No-Spend Days” Don’t Work (& what to Replace them with)

As a personal finance blogger, I read a ton of financial content. More than I probably should. And about once every other week or so, I come across the advice to try the enticing and …

Change Credit Card Payment Due Dates to Avoid Late Fees
Thu, 05/19/16 | 8 Comments
Change Credit Card Payment Due Dates to Avoid Late Fees

I’ve become a bit of a credit card collector. I have been using a different credit card for just about every common expense. I have one for fuel, one for groceries, one for restaurants, one …

Loss Incentive: a Jedi Mind Trick to Save & Invest More
Tue, 05/17/16 | 3 Comments
Loss Incentive: a Jedi Mind Trick to Save & Invest More

Motivating oneself to hit big financial goals through saving and investing over the long-term is often a mental game. And it’s a game that many of us lose in favor of spending on day-to-day pleasantries. …

Note to Neal Gabler: Sorry, the Middle Class Can’t Have it All
Mon, 04/25/16 | 10 Comments
Note to Neal Gabler: Sorry, the Middle Class Can’t Have it All

Last week, 3 different friends sent me a link to what has apparently become a viral article: The Secret Shame of Middle-Class Americans. The article was written by Neal Gabler, a man who by all …

5 Reasons why Home Ownership can be a Financial Disaster
Wed, 04/20/16 | 16 Comments
5 Reasons why Home Ownership can be a Financial Disaster

You’re probably familiar with the script:
1. Go to school.
2. Get a well paying job.
3. Find a significant other.
4. Buy a home together.
Let’s cut it short right there. The “American Dream” of home ownership is instilled …

How to File an IRS Tax Extension
Mon, 04/18/16 | No Comment
How to File an IRS Tax Extension

The tax deadline has arrived. If you don’t file a return on time, it will result in a penalty. You can, however, file an IRS tax extension to avoid a late filing penalty, and it’s …


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