People often wonder how much money different doctors make. I’ll tell you, but then I am going to tell you why that income doesn’t matter – because of a fatal flaw in how doctors think about money.
Market downturns and bear markets scare people witless. The reason behind the fear is just as interesting as what to do about it. Come learn why you get scared, and how to deal with that fear. This may be the advice that keeps your financial life on track.
Timing the market is easy. You simply buy when the market is low, and sell when the market is high. Right? Come find out why this line of thinking is a bit of fool’s gold.
In your financial life, are you like a lemming? Do you follow the herd right off the cliff? In today’s post, come find out how to pave your own path, and when it is okay to follow the financial herd.
Who knew that choosing your friends could have such a profound impact on your finances?
Can money buy happiness? The short answer? It depends. The long answer is a whole lot more interesting. And it is all in this post.
You might think you like choices… but that just isn’t really true. Sometimes more choice can lead to indecision. And even when we do choose, we are constantly afraid of losing it! This all impacts your money decisions… and it’s all in today’s post.
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Unfortunately, many of us are left to figure out personal finance all on our own. Yet, there is a better way. And it starts with figuring out the puzzle one step at a time. Here are 5 of the most important steps.
I’ve never pretended to be perfect, which is why I think it’s the right thing to do to air out some of the financial mistakes I still make today. Some are more recent than others, but the theme is the same. I struggle with financial discipline and decisions just as much as you. Read on to hear about some of my dirty financial laundry.
We’ve all experienced the high of buying something meant to make us happy, and the lows of consumer regret that we often experience after the fact. What is consumer addiction? And how can we beat it?
Should you save for tomorrow or live for today? It can be a challenging problem for many to figure out. Can we have our cake and eat it too?