What to do After a Car Accident (Before Leaving the Scene)
Mon, 05/18/15 | 8 Comments

“Hey. I just got in a car accident. This guy just whipped out of his parking spot and hit me. What should I do?”
It was a crisp winter Saturday morning, as my frustrated wife recounted …

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Harvard’s Endowment Fund Hoard
September 10, 2009 | 19 Comments
Harvard’s Endowment Fund Hoard

Recently, Harvard announced that their endowment dropped 30% last year from $36.9 billion to $26 billion. Due to their financial hardship, they eliminated 275 staff jobs and a put a freeze on salaries. At the …

I Could Buy my Old House for One-Third of the Price?
September 7, 2009 | 9 Comments
I Could Buy my Old House for One-Third of the Price?

A Lot can Change in the Housing Market in Two Years!
Two years ago I sold my previous home FSBO for $140K (that’s it in the picture and more pictures below). Just out of curiosity, I …

Why you Need to Put a Monetary & Qualitative Value on your Employee Benefits
September 1, 2009 | 6 Comments
Why you Need to Put a Monetary & Qualitative Value on your Employee Benefits

A few weeks back, I asked you all to vote on what employer sponsored benefit was your favorite. Out of 238 votes, the first place benefit was rather clear: medical, dental, and vision insurance. Here …

Don’t Move Without First Using these 4 Real Estate Websites
August 23, 2009 | 2 Comments
Don’t Move Without First Using these 4 Real Estate Websites

The Best Real Estate Search Sites
When looking to buy a house or move into a new apartment, there are a few essential real estate sites out there that you may want to first visit to …

The Beginners Guide to Playing Disc Golf
August 17, 2009 | 7 Comments
The Beginners Guide to Playing Disc Golf

What is Disc Golf?
Disc golf is a great recreational sport for all ranges of physical ability. Why cover it on a personal finance blog? Not only is disc golf very enjoyable, it’s also extremely inexpensive …

4 Investment Learnings from the Stock Market Collapse & Rally
August 11, 2009 | 3 Comments
4 Investment Learnings from the Stock Market Collapse & Rally

The greatest stock market collapse since the Great Depression has been humbling for just about everyone, especially those with a heavy concentration of investment funds in stocks. If you invested in stocks over the past …


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