Category Archives: College

What a Personal Financial Policy is & How it Makes Your Life Better

Most of economic theory is based on the assumption that we make rational, logical, and beneficial financial decisions. Ha! Most of us make purely emotional (or “socially informed”) decisions about money most of the time, some of which may be … Continue reading

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Don’t Let a Number Define You

Many years ago my (then) boyfriend (now husband) was asking me about my credit score (I find his practicality charming). This was before I worked in personal finance. I didn’t know and really didn’t care. I paid most of my … Continue reading

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Young Adults Navigating the World of Finance

There are myths and realities about young adults and their financial decisions. Most people assume they are impulsive, spoiled and addicted to their devices. This may be true in some cases, but, just like people of any age, young adults are all over … Continue reading

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