Your aging car’s engine has been knocking loud enough that turning up the radio doesn’t help anymore. You take it to your trusted mechanic, who gives you the bad news: One of your main bearings has worn out, and the repair will cost around $3,000. Since you can’t know for sure if this is just … Read moreShould You Fix Up Your Car, Or Get a New One?
Since it’s a quiet week with nobody around, I thought I’d do some more mid-year reflecting. To hold my feet to the fire, I’ve been setting public goals for a while now. But I’ve mostly just checked in at year-end, leaving me no opportunity to course correct during the year in case I was lagging. Oftentimes, I wouldn’t even remember what … Read moreFinancial Samurai Mid-Year 2018 Personal Goals Checkup
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