Monthly Archives: April 2012

Relying on Experts May be a Smart Move

If you are trying to get out of debt, you may feel that you need to cut all “unnecessary” costs and do everything yourself.  Drop your dress shirts off at the dry cleaners for washing and starching?  No more.  You will do it yourself to save money.  Hire someone to clean your house every two

There are No Money Rules

I abhor when personal finance bloggers and authors create “unbreakable” rules when it comes to finances.  To be blunt, I think most of them are simply bullshit.  I think a lot of them are made to be “unbreakable” because the author thinks the reader is too stupid to understand there are gray areas in personal

The Relationship Between Cost And Efficiency

The Relationship Between Cost And Efficiency

Does Efficiency Always Save Money? A general consensus would most likely agree that efficiency is cost-effective, in a good way. There are a plethora of products and services marketed who use their efficiency as a selling point, so why would we assume an opposing statement? Contrary to popular belief, efficiency can cause the complete opposite

Factors in Considering Where to Live and Work

Are you a recent college graduate?  If so, you will hopefully field several different job offers, many of which are in different parts of the country.  Before you accept a job, consider carefully the cost of living in the area you are thinking of moving to and how it will impact your finances. While a

What is SIPC? Stanford Case Set to Challenge What is Eligible

Anyone with some type of broker account has seen the term, “Insured by SIPC” but what does that mean? Is it like your bank account being FDIC Insured? In short, No.  The “I” in SIPC is often confused for insurance, but it actually stands for Investor. The Securities Investor Protection Corporation otherwise known as SIPC