Dr. Charles Richards, Ph.D. has written, The Psychology of Wealth, about how we think and feel about our money and how we interact with it. Why can you find a wealthy couple that has a net worth of over $1 million who still live paycheck to paycheck with no savings? Why are there middle class Americans earning $30,000 who have a fully funded emergency fund, taking family vacations, saving for an early retirement, and living their lives carefree of money worries? What is the difference between these types of people and how they … [Read more...] about Book Review: The Psychology Of Wealth By Dr. Charles Richards
I have said before that I don’t always share very much about my personal life here on the blog. A part of me still thinks that you, the readers, probably don’t care much about it, and that is why I have not shared too much before now. But, Pat Flynn had a great guest post the other day on his blog, Smart Passive Income, that talked about really connecting with your readers by pulling back the curtain a little bit and showing you the person behind the words that you graciously read here. And, I know that friends like Ryan from Cash … [Read more...] about Ten Things I Have Never Told You About Me
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I normally do not write much about my personal life here on Money Q&A. A part of me thinks that you really don't care about it, and I don't really blame you. I’m not one to tell you how I overcame a mountain of credit card debt after college like everyone else or bore you with tweets about what I had for breakfast this morning.
There are tons of other great personal finance blogs out there where you can follow the saga of people and their lives. I'm just not that into it, and you don't see much of it here. But, I thought that I would … [Read more...] about
We are officially one month into the New Year. How are you doing with your New Year’s resolutions? Have you been able to keep them? If you haven’t kept them, don’t worry. You are not alone. In fact, it is estimated that 34% of those who set goals do not even keep their New Year’s resolutions into February. And, only 46% of Americans are still holding on their New Year’s resolutions after six months with only 12% finishing the year accomplishing their goals. So, what should you do if you have let your New Year’s resolutions slide already? … [Read more...] about Did You Let Your New Year’s Resolutions Slide Already?
I was recently given the opportunity to review the book “Rigged Money: Beating Wall Street At Its Own Game” by Lee Munson. As you can probably tell by the title of the book, Lee Munson makes his case that the stock market is a rigged game that is set up for institutional investors and the fat cats on Wall Street. Lee Munson asserts that Wall Street is rigged to ensure that individual investors on Main Street are kept in the dark to continue to feed the system. Rigged Money includes a great combination of anecdotes and raw financial data to … [Read more...] about Rigged Money by Lee Munson – Book Review