12 Things I Learned By 42 That I Wish I Knew At 22

June 27, 2017 Ron 0

My, how time flies. Seems just like yesterday that I was a 12 year old kid, going for long bike rides in Sherwood Forrest, the subdivision just around the corner from where I lived. Playing with William, Edward, and my […]

My Top 5 Personal Finance Blunders

June 25, 2017 Ron 0

NOTE: This post was graciously included in the 3rd Anniversary of the Carnival of Personal Finance #157 as an EDITOR’S CHOICE at Consumerism Commentary. Many thanks to Flexo for hosting. Be sure and subscribe to Consumerism Commentary via RSS or […]

Get Your Emergency Fund In Place Now

June 25, 2017 Ron 0

An emergency fund exists to help you and me handle those unexpected expenses that always seem to pop up at the worst possible time. It’s a rainy day fund and since the average person will experience a major life event […]

Your Low Salary Isn’t Really Your Fault

June 18, 2017 Ron 0

Tweet You show up. You work hard. Yet, you still have a low salary and you can’t make ends meet. It has nothing to do with your own abilities (or lack of them), it has nothing to do with your

5 Ways I Plan To Survive The Recession

June 18, 2017 Ron 0

This article was included in The Festival of Frugality #118 over at My Dollar Plan. Thanks Madison! Recession talk is all around us and the recession is on virtually every news cast. Paul Harvey even says we are in a […]

24 Signs You May Be A Mega Consumer

June 10, 2017 Ron 0

Tweet Mega Consumers appear to be the driving force in the US economy. Everything hinges on the consumer: the auto industry, the home building industry, the retail industry, the restaurant industry, even the banking industry. Your government thinks so much