Is being “rich” measured by income? Wealth? Having a fancy car?Read more
Monthly Archives: September 2021
Despite the Texas elms giving me ridiculous allergies (Hey, Claritin. Pls sponsor. Thx.), FinCon21 Day 2 was a blast! Today was the morning keynote and FinCon Central (the expo). Keynotes The Austin MetroRail was late this morning, so I unfortunately missed Julien and Kiersten Saunders’ talk, but I got there just in time to see Jaspreet Singh (Minority Mindset). HeRead more
Review of FinCon21 Day 1, from the perspective of a new blogger.Read more
I did an experiment to test how much it really costs to dine out. Here are the results.Read more
The 50/30/20 Budget is quite popular, but it has some shortcomings. You can do better, and we get into that here.Read more
An article from CNBC mentions that Americans are “disastrously unprepared” for retirement because the “system is flawed”.
Here’s how you can overcome the system.
It is typical in America to finance your car, and that shows no signs of changing. In fact, a report from Experian shows that outstanding auto debt has doubled from $677 billion in 2010 to $1.37 trillion in 2020. The average auto loan balance in 2020 was $19,865, and everyone from Zoomers to Boomers are taking on more debt every year to pay forRead more
Instead of being stuck in the rat race for 40 something years, find out how you can quit your job sooner and live on your own terms.Read more
Only 10% of people think they will have enough to retire, according to a survey by Northwestern Mutual, and 15% of Americans have no retirement savings at all.
Is it too late for many to even try?Read more