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Well I finally took the plunge and joined Periscope. I’ve done a few videos here and there. In case you don’t know, Periscope is a live video app that allows you to share videos with your followers instantly on your … Continue reading
We like to rationalize a lot of purchases based on the phrase, “I work hard so I deserve it.” Unfortunately a lot of times we make these purchases on credit because we do not have the funds to do so. … Continue reading
Today’s Vlog we review The Power of Half* by Kevin and Hannah Salwen. This is a book I enjoyed immensely. It is more than just a book about giving; it’s about how a family can decide to not live normal … Continue reading
Roughly one third of all 2010 law school graduates are not working at a job that requires them to pass the bar exam. This is according to research performed by the Association for Legal Professionals.
Today I discuss research that found that 18-27 year olds feel empowered by student loans and credit card debt. Unfortunately, as they get older they will realize that debt is not empowering, but rather very burdensome.
Often we feel like we will never be able to get our money under control due to past financial mistakes. But what happened in the past does not mean you have to repeat it going forward.
Saving is one of the three things we can do with money and is often the one thing we struggle with. That is why it is encouraged so much when we work with clients. However, what happens when saving money … Continue reading
Today’s video is about an article I found based on research from Oregon State University asking if debt is the American way. Is debt the American way?