There are hundreds of credit card options out there, and deciding which one to choose can be a tough task. There is no one best card. It’s all about picking the right credit card for your financial situation.
With that in mind, here’s a guide to what you should look for based on your goals, habits and finances. Continue reading
I’ve spent thousands of dollars I hadn’t planned to spend this calendar year.
I’ve broken out the credit card for several mastermind groups, purchased nutritional supplements, gotten extra massages, booked more travel, and begrudgingly bought shoes faster than I would like.
Why? Well, I’m starting to better recognize when not paying for something actually costs more than the sticker price. Continue reading
Many of us have made financial mistakes. I’m certainly no exception.
Mistakes are the currency of experience, and experience is the fertile ground in which better future decisions are based. So while I won’t say it’s all bad … I could have done these things better.
I wish I would have: Continue reading
People often think of money as the goal — what we’re all after that will make our lives easier or better. But money is just the concept by which we measure the value of something. It is only a proxy for something else.
What is that something else? Continue reading
I’ve started doing some pro bono calls to help people in debt understand their finances better and make a plan to put their debt behind them.
In just the few calls I’ve had, I’ve been surprised how many different ways there are to accrue debt that aren’t just the stereotypical splurging on consumer goods. Debt is a complex animal, and it burrows in, lunges out and breeds in unique ways for each family and situation.
There are, however, some universal suggestions to help anyone in debt move toward a better situation. Here are my top tips. Continue reading