Financial Experiences

Crappy Advice

June 10, 2010 · 13 comments

Have you ever noticed the disclaimer I have in the left column (towards the bottom) of my blog? I put that disclaimer up for one reason….every other blog I read has one. Do I really need it though? If I didn’t have it, and someone followed my advice and wasn’t happy with the outcome, could […]

I think it’s safe to assume all PDITF readers have two things in common… 1) At some point in your life, you decided to get your financial situation figured out 2) You’re all wearing leopard print underwear. (you followed my pictures instructions, right?) Seriously though, you probably had a financial epiphany at some point… right? […]

Am I the only person that doesn’t understand why some people choose to live a life of fear? Few good things come without risk. I think the world would be a better place if anyone learned to step out of their comfort zone and take some risks every now and again. Here are a few […]

Tis the season

March 29, 2010 · 13 comments

Ho ho ho, ’tis the season. Tax season that is. I am far from a tax genius. In fact, I know almost nothing about the tax code. I don’t think anyone can call themselves a tax expert, considering the tax code itself is pretty darn convoluted. According to NPR, the US tax code is 67,204 […]

Financial Puberty

March 17, 2010 · 13 comments

It was 5th grade. I was a young ninja about to embark on an epic journey. A journey in to the unknown. A journey in to the land of cracking voices, armpit hair, and a world where girls towered over their male classmates. That’s right, it was a journey through puberty. I was 10 years […]

So I was reading the other day (Yes I do actually know how to read) and came across something profound. I’d like to share it with you now… No one-size-fits-all recipe can guarantee a great relationship. Whether we’re talking about husband and wife, close friends, co-workers, or parent and child, every relationship is different. No […]