I have been incorporating regular exercise into my weekly routine since I was in my late 20’s. Before that, I wasn’t fit at all and told myself that I didn’t have time to exercise. I now realize that you make time for what you value. Thankfully my metabolism in my early and mid-20’s was on […]
Contrary to aggressive corporate PR, why corporate tax cuts do not promote investment in projects that promote growth.
Warning to capitalists: the high levels of inequality of the deregulated Gilded Age led to concerted and effective pushback by workers.
In the last few days, several readers have shared a video with me that’s been floating around on Facebook. The video is titled Financial Mistakes You Must Avoid in Your 20s and it features “entrepreneur and author” Grant Cardone discussing a bunch of what he considers to be financial mistakes that people make early in life. I watched the video, hoping for the best. Instead, I found a bunch of outright nonsense mixed in with some “kinda true” things, baked …
If you are considering doing a big home improvement job think very carefully before signing on. Besides the huge financial costs, remodeling can wreak havoc on your life and turn it upside down. This is not to say that home improvement is always wrong. Just be careful not to get carried away thinking about what […]
Questions regarding your credit generally do not have a simple cut and dried answer. Instead, credit-related questions more often require the rather ambiguous and sometimes frustrating response of, “It depends.” The answer to the question “How will medical bills affect my credit?” is no different. The impact your medical bills will have on your credit reports and credit score is going to depend on a variety of factors. Sometimes medical bills can be extremely damaging to your credit reports; sometimes …
Billionaires are targeting key state races.
Is the ECB’s latest bond-buying program creating corporate winners and losers?