I’m fortunate enough that other people also think my writing is worth reading. So, in addition to my 52 week personal finance game plan, which has original content which you won’t find anywhere else (and you can subscribe to by clicking here), I have some other places where I’ve written articles about a variety of financial planning topics.
This month’s list includes:
Nine Moving Expenses to Consider – Julie Steed’s Military Spouse Blog
Invest In Your Most Powerful Asset: You – Bridgenosis
I also am a columnist for U.S. News & World Report. Here are the articles I wrote … Read the article
Over the next 25 days, I’m going to be providing a series of videos which answer some of personal finance’s frequently asked questions. A tip of the hat goes to the Punny Dumbest Personal Finance Questions series for the inspiration!
So, without further ado, here is the first of the series answering the question:
How Can I Get My Debt Under Control?
The transcript for this video follows below.
Being in debt is very stressful and can oftentimes feel crushing. Sometimes it’s so large that you don’t even know where to begin, much less how or when you’ll be able … Read the article
Do you have the friend who’s always scheming up some get rich quick idea? See the ads on the Internet or in the paper telling you that Sallie S., a single mother of 43 children, earned enough money last month to pay off the national debt? Are those real? What should you do if you need a little extra cash?
How Can I Earn More Money?
I’m also a big fan of starting your own business, so I encourage you to check out my advice on starting your own business.
“Glory is fleeting, but obscurity is forever.”
– Napoleon Bonaparte
As some of you may know, I recently became a contributor to U.S. News and World Report. My first article appeared, and in my mind, I replayed the scene in the movie A Christmas Story (#aff) where Ralphie’s theme on the Red Ryder bb gun is so well-written that the entire class celebrates and parades him around the classroom. If only I had added the bit about “this thing which tells the time” to the article, I’d have won a Pulitzer Prize.