Author Archives: Guest Poster

Delinquent Credit Card Payments May Lead to Inadvertent Opportunity

Delinquent Credit Card Payments May Lead to Inadvertent Opportunity

My financial prowess has been anything but impressive. I decided to attend a private school in Florida, rather than NJ, which effectively set me back close to $200,000 in student loans. That decision has turned my finances upside down and has forced me to make other stupid decisions, simply to offset the monster debt I… Continue Reading

Asset Aggregation May Be Just as Important as Asset Diversification or Allocation

Asset Aggregation May Be Just as Important as Asset Diversification or Allocation

If asked for your own example of customer loyalty, what would you give? Free months of phone service, flight upgrades to first-class, special hotel accommodations?  Most would probably think along the lines of a consumer, yet investments are an often overlooked area. A while back, the local supermarket ran a promotion with Cuisinart. Collecting “points”… Continue Reading

Make the Most of Unemployment

Make the Most of Unemployment

When our heating bill came the other day, I almost fainted. It was $479, an insanely unacceptable number. Upon further inspection, it showed that because I wasn’t home when the meter reader came for the month, our gas usage was estimated at nearly double of our actual use. “Boy, I wish I was home all… Continue Reading