I review every bill that comes in and, approximately once a week, I check all of my accounts (banking, investing). This is to ensure that nothing is cuckoo. Almost every week, something is. I told you about the cell phone fraud here, the merchant trickery here, the difficulty banks have counting here, and a couple… Continue reading $300 Per Hour
In the minority world, the link between paper and sufficiency is almost absolute. If I write things on one piece, I get $400. When I write things on another, I get $31,000 (and counting). When I jot some more items on a third, I receive $872. One of the greatest barriers experienced by people in… Continue reading How Money Actually Does Grow On Trees
So, you get $2000. What now? Most of my past clients spent it. A big screen TV. A vehicle. Gifts. A new wardrobe. They said they needed these, or deserved them after such a long stretch of bad luck. Frankly, I agree that a person who is going through, or has recently gone through, a… Continue reading And What, Then, To Do With Said Windfall?
I spent $12,432 developing a business that should bring me $10/hr for 5 hours per week. It’s all income now, and I can write off my expenses, so it’s an investment. Except that it’s not. Check it out: It will take almost five years to recoup the initial expense, and only then will the income… Continue reading Is Your Idea Really An Investment?