One More Time
Interest rates are falling. This is unusual in periods of low unemployment and economic growth. So, what does this unusual pattern mean to you?
Decluttering - Part Two
Last month, we discussed decluttering your financial life. I received a good deal of feedback from people who eliminated unneeded financial accounts. I also heard from many who made substantial donations to charity of the unneeded items cluttering attics, garages and storerooms. This month, let’s consider decluttering something even more important – your mind.
Decluttering is a big topic these days. There is even a new word for it – “Kondoing,” named after Marie Kondo, the current queen of decluttering, who suggests we assess every item in our house asking ourselves three questions about each item. Is it useful? Is it beautiful? Does it spark joy?
Empty Your Wallet
Most of us carry cash, credit cards and our driver’s license in our wallet. With today’s technology, you can now lighten your wallet and soon won’t even need to carry a wallet.
Multi-Level Marketing - Opportunity or Scam?
Decades after Tupperware parties and Avon calling, multi-level marketing is back in style. Facebook feeds can become inundated with Rodan and Fields, Amway, Herbalife and LuLaRoe offers. Friends may host parties selling sheets, bags or jewelry or they may ask you to become a seller yourself. The allure of earning some extra cash while working from home on your own schedule can be hard to resist.