- I recently attended a wedding and want to wish a heartfelt public congratulations to the lovely bride and groom! Since I didn’t get a chance to give a toast over the weekend, I would like to offer some unsolicited financial advice for all see. Without further ado, here it goes:
One of the most common and hardest personal finance decisions people have to make involves the tradeoff between time and money. This post discusses the largest time vs. money decision my wife and I have had to make to date.
Personal finance is, personal. This is a phrase you will see me type many times. In many cases, a financial move that is right for one person may not be right for another. Some people start their own business while others prefer to work for a business. Some people drive a shiny new SUV while others choose a 10+ year old sedan. Some like to invest in stocks while others prefer mutual funds or real estate. These different choices and many more could all be part of a Winning Personal Finance plan. Continue reading “My $121K Mistake”
Some mornings, before heading into the office, my son looks at me with a sad face and asks:
Mini WPF: Daddy, do you have to go to work today?
Mini WPF: Why?
Me: I go, so that I can pay for our house and food.
Mini WPF: And toys?
Me: Yes, and toys.