July 2012 Net Worth Update

After denouncing the idea of tracking my networth for a year or two I started tracking my net worth since January 2011 and after my smallest gain in May 2012 and my first negative month in June 2012 I am back track! Since I am not comfortable sharing whole numbers I provide growth information.  IContinue Reading

What The Hell is Wrong With Some People? Emergency Funds vs. The Smart Phone

I choose not to discuss them often but the basics of personal finance are the same whether you are making $46,000 or $460,000.  I feel like most people are smart enough to understand if you are spending more than you are making that is is unlikely that you’ll get out of the situation you areContinue Reading

InfoGraphic – Should You Rent or Should You Buy?

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Why Most of Your Insurance Policies are Robbing You Blind

There are certain insurance policies that you are required to carry by law. For example, you must have insurance to drive your car. You must also have insurance on your home in most cases. Health insurance is something that is nice to have if you can afford it. However, how do you make sure you aren’t paying too much? OnlyContinue Reading

5 Money-Saving Tips for First-Time Homebuyers

When people dream of their future goals, they typically dream of four things: a decent job, making sufficient money, a wonderful family, and a dream home.  Even with the instability of the economy, many people are still determined to become homeowners. There are several steps prospective homeowners can take in order to make sure theyContinue Reading

The Secret Business I am Dying to Open Up

I have been giving a lot of thought lately about a very specific type of business to open.  While I have had some businesses in my past (some I am not proud of, and some like this blog that I am very proud of), I have never run a brick and mortar business so theContinue Reading