The number one asset you have is the ability to earn money. And, in my opinion, the best way to do this is to work for yourself. The problem is you probably don't know what to do. Read this post I found on how to turn your hobby into a business. It's really the easiest way to get a little extra income in your life.
6 Mistakes People Make in Retirement Planning
Take a look at this post from Malaysia. It's just as true for us in the US as it is there. Why don't you read the post and then let me know what you think in the comments below?
One of the things we don't focus on when it comes to our aging parents is their pets. Through no fault of their own, pets often get left behind in planning when we think about what's next for our parents or what's next for their pets who they truly love after they die.
Today, we're a society that is much more mobile than at any time in human history. All of this means that getting a good deal on an airline that doesn't punish you is harder than ever.
If you're paying any attention, you've probably heard that the Social Security Trust Fund is running out of money. In one respect this is true. At the same time, the problem is not too big to fix today and hopefully, we'll see Congress get around to fixing it.
Mindfulness seems to be something that's a buzzword these days. At the same time, it's a really important concept I want you to be paying attention to.
Talking With Our Millennial Kids About Money
One of the recurring themes I see with my clients is how to have a conversation with their Millennial children about money and responsible behavior towards money. I found this article by Tom Sperling you're going to want to read.
Why You Might Want To Quit
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This really gets to the heart of behavioral economics where you've put so much effort in you won't quit. This is called sunk costs bias. Learn when it's time to say enough is enough. I bet you'll find it a really interesting episode.
This week on Freakonomics Radio: do you know this bromide? “A winner never quits, and a quitter never wins.”
To which Stephen J. Dubner says, “Are you sure?” Sometimes quitting is strategic, and sometimes it can be your best possible plan.
To find out more, check out the podcast from which this hour was drawn: “The Upside of Quitting.”
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Today's video is going to cover why I don't like actively managed mutual funds and you shouldn't either. After you watch this video, why don't you let me know what you think in the comments section below?
I bet you’ve had a time in your life where you wish that you did things in a different way. You tried to make a change, but you found that you just couldn’t. There was this annoying thing that got in your way. That annoying thing……..it’s called a habit.
Too often you just give up when you figure it’s a habit getting in the way. Instead why don’t you try some of the following to see if you can change what you do.