Are college savings accounts for the wealthy? A recent article made me think of an older debate on this topic. Join me as I explore some facts, share my story about my thoughts on college savings at different income levels, and join in the discussion with your perspective.
You may have seen Mr Market lurking around lately, shouting irrational price offers at you. First he’s willing to pay you $1,000 for your share of a business. The next day, only $700. Then $800. Nothing about the underlying business or its prospects have changed. Today I’d like to introduce you to Benjamin Grahams Mr Market, who is just as relevant today as he was in 1949.
With the recent debacle around Robinhood’s “3% Checking & Savings”, many people were asking what the heck is the difference between FDIC and SIPC insurance. Today I’m breaking it down with eight things you *need* to know.
Buy less – much less. Use it up, wear it out, make it do, or do without. And if you must buy, buy used – or sustainable. Come read why I think the way I do about clothes, learn some startling facts, and see how you can use your shopping habits to make a difference.
This was the hardest week of no/low spend November. Not only was there days off work, but also frankly we’re tired of not spending. The checking account (where we do the majority of our day-to-day spending) ran lower than it has in a looooong time. And although we were never in jeopardy of running out […]
What did we do on our Thanksgiving break? Why, created Nintendo Christmas World, of course! Come check out the step-by-step process, and our families financial lessons, here. Bonus – video of the finished product!