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Editorial independence We want to help you make more informed decisions. Some links on our site — clearly marked — will take you to a partner website and may result in us earning a referral commission. The number of U.S. states requiring personal finance to be taught in school is rising, but kids in the majority of … Continue reading Why Parents Should Start Small When Teaching Their Kids About Saving
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The yield curve is a curve on a graph in which the yield of fixed-interest securities is plotted against the length of time they have to run to maturity. A yield curve is almost always upward sloping, a sign that the economy is functioning properly. To best understand the yield curve, put yourself in the … Continue reading Understanding The Yield Curve: A Prescient Economic Predictor
Recently, I’ve been daydreaming about life before COVID-19. As an extrovert, I generally enjoy plenty of human interaction. However, sometimes, I come across folks who completely lack emotional intelligence. When I come across such folks, I immediately begin to wonder what happened? Is the lack of emotional intelligence a parental failure? Is it a failure … Continue reading A Lack Of Emotional Intelligence Is Costing You A Fortune
https://www.financialsamurai.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/real-estate-commission-fees-350x326.jpg I’ve been on strike since 2012. For what exactly? I’m on strike for having to still pay 5% – 6% in commissions to sell a property. Sorry readers who are realtors, I appreciate your support, but the fee is too damn high. Despite the creation of Zillow, Trulia (acquired by Zillow in 2015), and a bunch … Continue reading What Does It Cost To Sell A House? A Look At The Commissions, Taxes, And Fees
“Forget money. Remodeling is the number one cause for divorce.” – Anonymous Before my current house, I had never bought a fixer-upper before. The most I did in the past was build a new bathroom out of a closet, put up a wall to create an en-suite bathroom, and remodel my ground floor by adding a … Continue reading Should I Buy A Fixer-Upper Property? Evaluating The Pros And Cons
Back in the summer of 2012 I decided to test my house on the market to coincide with the Facebook IPO. Although I didn’t want to sell my house, I was in a peculiar stage in my life where I was just coming off my WARN Act income as part of my severance package after … Continue reading Lessons Learned From Not Selling My House