If you’re value cost averaging, and when the appointed day to invest comes, the market is up a ton. Should you try to wait for a down day to invest? Take a look at the video below and find out what to do. While you’re at it, you can get my 52 week Financial Game [...]
Hull Financial Planning Personal Finance FAQ Series: Should You Value Cost Average Only When the Market is Down?
Hull Financial Planning Personal Finance FAQ Series: What is Rapid Rescoring and When Should I Use It?
If you’re in the process of applying for a mortgage and find something horrendously wrong with your credit report, then is your mortgage application doomed? No. You can use a process called Rapid Rescoring to correct your credit report. Take a look at the video below and find out what to do. While you’re at [...]
I recently received a question from one of the subscribers to the 52 Week Financial Game Plan that seemed like an excellent topic to share with all of you. This person asks: Jason, As I read more and more on the topic of financial planning, it seems there are 2 factions. One faction is the [...]
“Knowing what you aren’t is just as important as knowing what you are.” –Me I recently received an e-mail from someone who had a significant amount of debt and wondered if I was the right person to work with them. In short, the answer is no. You’re better off spending your limited resources on a [...]
“The lack of money is the root of all evil.” –Mark Twain Back during World War II, U.S. citizens were encouraged to buy war bonds – to save 10% of their paychecks for the war effort. From Hollywood to Dr. Seuss, influential celebrities extolled everyone else to pitch in to the war effort as a [...]
“Happiness is being retired and spending all of my kids’ inheritance before I die!” –Anonymous If you remember in the 2012 Presidential debates, one surprising fact came up regarding Mitt Romney. He had something like $72 quadrillion dollars in his IRA. OK. He didn’t really have that much (it was $71 quadrillion), but he had [...]