Yearly Archives: 2018

Ever made a decision and then wanted to kick yourself in the butt? You’re in good company. It seems that when it comes to making decisions, we only look like we’ve thought it through. So much depends on our “cognitive biases”: the short-cuts we take to help us make decisions… Read more

Personal finance author David Bach is perhaps best known for his trademark phrase “The Latte Factor.”  In short, Bach suggests that by cutting out some of the small extravagances in our lives, like fancy coffees or lattes, people can save money for their futures, and with the power of compound… Read more

People equate financial freedom with being rich. What exactly is “rich” anyway? Ask a dozen people how much money they’d need to feel rich, and you’ll get a dozen different answers. Give them some money, ask them again, and watch the bar for “rich” rise. If, like me, you define… Read more

I’m a big believer in budgets. I’ve had one since I was about 20 years old. It’s changed a lot over time, but I’ve always had the guide firmly in place so I know what I’m going to do with my money. And so I know where I can “steal”… Read more

“Either you control your money or it controls you.” T. Harv Eker I grew up in a household where money wasn’t talked about. Which is unfortunate because both my parents are good money managers: they believe in saving, living within your means and not carrying consumer debt. However, not wanting… Read more