Budgeting Bulimia

As the President is so quick to point out, ten years ago, there was a large budget surplus.  Naturally, the government went into a massive cycle of lifestyle expansion.   That expansion, combined with lower tax revenue and a recession has brought us … [Continue reading]

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Balance Your Borked Budget

You've got a budget worked out to the penny.  You know every dollar that comes in and every dime that you spend.    All of your bills are getting paid on time.  Then, one day, it all comes crashing down. Your budget is no longer even a reasonable … [Continue reading]

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Clearing Up Social Debt in 3 Steps

Debt can be thought of as a disease--probably social.  Most of the time, it was acquired through poor decision making, possibly while competing with your friends, occasionally after having a few too many, often as an ego boost.  Unfortunately, you … [Continue reading]

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What D&D Taught Me About Finance

I admit it: I'm a geek. I'm not a hobby geek who only geeks on the weekends. I'm a full-fledged, licensed and certified geek. I am a geek about so many wondrous things that it's hard to list them all. My wife knows, my kids know. It's not much … [Continue reading]

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