Category Archives: Personal Finance

Do You Need to Force Yourself to be Cash Poor to Stay on Track?

Like most things in life, I truly believe that the basics of personal finance is a combination of mental toughness and knowing yourself.  I know I need barriers between me and cash; this is the very reason I can’t carry cash on me.  Talk about a weird feeling when I have debit card $3.33 from McDonalds (don’t… Continue Reading

Is Evan a Personal Finance D-Bag Part 2?

Is Evan a Personal Finance D-Bag Part 2?

Last time I asked the question of whether I was a personal finance D-Bag I went to The Met and paid the full “suggested” price to get in.  I couldn’t decide if I was a good humanitarian or a personal finance blogger d-bag.  I got some great responses, If you can afford to pay the… Continue Reading

What is the Difference Between a Condo and Co-Op?

The difference between a Condominium (Condo) and Cooperative Corporation (Co-Op) is often confused, however, the difference is relatively easy to understand.  First and foremost it should be noted that the difference has nothing to do with how the building looks.  If the difference between the two has nothing to do with how the units look,… Continue Reading

Help a Long Time My Journey to Millions Reader and Commenter

Help a Long Time My Journey to Millions Reader and Commenter

Kevin M is a long time commenter on my site…this is his question to you guys. I was inspired to write this post when I read Evan’s recent post about his friend’s lack of action to change his miserable life. Who is Kevin M? A little history – I started reading personal finance blogs around… Continue Reading