Monthly Archives: January 2011

A master of stating the obvious

As a college professor teaching finance, it often occurs to me that, on the subject of personal finance, my job is to simply do a great job of stating the obvious. As the tagline on my blog always reminds us … Continue reading

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When it comes to money, you can’t afford to procrastinate!

I was going to join Procrastinators Anonymous, but I just never got around to it… Undoubtedly one of the most important financial concepts, especially for college students and other young people who aspire to achieve wealth and success is simply … Continue reading

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Outpacing Inflation

One of the few, if any, benefits of the recent recession is that, with so many people out of work and the rest of us feeling less secure regarding financial matters, consumer spending decreased. So what does that mean? Like … Continue reading

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New Year’s Financial Resolutions

OK, so you put losing weight and quitting smoking on your short list of New Year’s resolutions – good for you and certainly good for your health! But possibly the most important resolution you can make to improve your financial … Continue reading

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