Virtually everyone has heard the old adage that “time is money,” but how many really analyze what it means? The truth is that time and money are inversely proportional — the more you have of one, the less you have of the other.
“Instant gratification takes too long” — Carrie Fisher, Postcards from the Edge It’s a new year, so of course everyone is making resolutions and plans and promises.
Most financial advisors tell you that when you leave a job, don’t forget to take your 401(k) with you.
I’ve figured out what I want to do when I retire.
My birthday is Monday.
I read a lot and I think about money a lot. So, naturally, I read a lot about money. I’ve read all the experts. I’m well-versed in the Debt Snowball and the Latte Factor and the 50/20/30 rule. And I think many of them are unrealistic.
I’m almost always thinking about money in one form or another.
My parents are living the retirement dream. I fear I’ll never be able to do the same. Continue reading…