We can’t control what comes into our brain, but we can control the outcome. Learn how rational thinking has a evolutionary disadvantage to emotional impulse and how you can overcome your genetic wiring. … Read moreHow to Make Smarter Decisions
Millennials: just Netflix and chill! Investing isn’t scary. Continuing to buy and hold stocks for the long-term is the best bet on reaching financial independence. See what a study has to say about our investing habits and what we can do to improve. … Read moreMillennial, Interrupted
Financing a college education can be difficult, but it’s best not to pay full freight if you can find scholarships to defray the costs. Learn about the tips and techniques I used to avoid incurring any debt for my education and how not to have a Scholar’s Chip on my shoulder. … Read moreDon’t Have a Scholar’s Chip on Your Shoulder
Of life’s many challenges, learning to get ahead by investing in the IRA right for you shouldn’t be one of them. Take the “back door” if you must. … Read moreHow to Get Ahead Financially by Investing in an IRA
Are you fed up with the clunker you’ve driven since high school graduation breaking down or had a recent addition to the family and in need of an up-size? Or for any other reason: you need an upgrade. The question now is whether you buy or lease. Find out which is best for your situation by reading more. … Read moreShould You Buy or Lease a New Vehicle?
Investing isn’t easy but, at the same time, it shouldn’t be seen as a frightening endeavor. If done wisely and consistently, investing can separate you from retiring comfortably at a reasonable age and working into your golden years out of necessity. … Read more5 Steps to Begin Your Investing Journey
Following my previous post on sunk costs, I use this follow up to highlight some more detailed explanations of sunk cost and how it has become ingrained in our way of thinking. … Read moreHow to Choose What Really Matters – A Look at Sunk Costs (Part 2)