It has been almost three years since I’ve posted a personal finance update to my blog.
My youngest son AJ (27yo) and I were talking about our personal finances this morning. He’s doing a great job managing his credit cards and credit score.
Talking to my son inspired me to write an [CLICK TO CONTINUE…]
Even businesses with the most lofty mission statements might not always reach their goals. Two stellar (and confounding) examples of this are Atari and the DeLorean Motor Company (1). Still, investing in a business opportunity should never involve a roll of the proverbial financial dice. It takes a great deal of research [CLICK TO CONTINUE…]
According to USA Today, over one-third of Americans have trouble making their debt payments on time. From student loans and car loans to personal loans and credit card payments, the types of debt that we are juggling are varied and growing from year to year. While finding ways to pay off our debt, one [CLICK TO CONTINUE…]
Being in debt is a reality that many people face in the current economic climate, but the good news is that if you’re in the United Kingdom, there are ways in which you can deal with that debt to ensure that you are able to start again financially without high payments hanging over you. [CLICK TO CONTINUE…]