Most Americans carry their cell phones everywhere, so there is great reason to be excited by technological advances such as a mobile wallet. Simply use your phone to pay everywhere you go and leave the credit cards and cash behind. Benefits Of The Mobile Wallet Even better, the mobile wallet offers many benefits that credit […]
My wife’s parents had a neighbor who seemed successful, but recently he plead guilty to fraud and faked his own death. Greed never ends well.
A recent CNN story reported that 42% of people learned their financial smarts from their parents. That means over half of those surveyed felt they received the majority of their financial education from outside of their home. If people aren’t learning from their parents, it begs the question: Where are people learning about money? It’s […]
What are the real reasons that many of us have for wanting to be rich? What goals for wealth do you have? Why do you want to be rich?
Psalm 49 gives us some very important warnings about our personal finances and wealth in general.
Dave Ramsey recently built a new house and paid cash for it. I wrote about it, and a discussion quickly started, which Ramsey himself added to. Here’s a further discussion of what he had to say.
A man recently bought a new house, and found over $45,000 in cash stashed in the attic. What did he do with the money?
This past week the President and Vice-President released their financial disclosure forms and revealed how they invest and save. Are there things we can learn from them?
My Lending Club returns have continued to improve since I started adding higher risk loans for people with lower credit scores, but good jobs and income.
There is over $33 billion in unclaimed money waiting to be found. Find out exactly what unclaimed money consists of, and how to find your share!
One of the more difficult responsibilities of a husband or wife is to learn how to communicate with each other about money. I say it’s difficult because even the best of marriages can find they have challenges in this area from time to time. I often hear money is the leading cause of divorce and […]
My Lending Club returns have continued to improve since I started adding loans for people with lower credit scores, but good jobs and income – and higher probability of paying off their loans. Details of what I’m doing here.
Now that election day has come and gone, and because there will be some drastic changes in the makeup of the congress, we’re in a sort of limbo – the lame duck congress. Despite the fact that many of these politicians won’t be returning, there are still a ton of things that really need to […]
I live and work in a metropolitan area, which means I spend a lot of time on buses and trains with my nose in a book attempting to avoid my fellow riders in the friendliest way possible. One of my co-workers suggested I add The Soul of Money to my Express Bus Reading List – […]