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Credit Scores and Climate Change

I came across this article about a week ago, and thought it was worth looking at a little more deeply, as from the first sentence on it makes a lot of interesting assumptions. Add into the mix politics and controversial contemporary issues, and what’s not to love? To what extent does financial savvy reflect political prognostication capabilities? And what does the sophistication of a given...

What All Millennials Wish Millennials Would Stop Writing About Millennials

This is probably a critical flaw in my character for which I will no doubt be a long while in Purgatory, but I get no end of delight in fisking poorly reasoned articles. That delight is exponentially increased in direct proportion to the level of obliviousness exhibited in the writing. I received an unexpected Christmas gift in the form of this article: What Every Millennial Wishes You Understood...

How To Pay Off a House

Just a couple weeks ago Megan and I had the great delight of reaching one of our loftiest goals: completely paying off our house. It was a long 2.5 years, but now that it’s behind us it’s one of those things that feels even more worth it in retrospect. And we never have to make another mortgage payment ever again, which is definitely a bonus! I’ve been thinking a lot about our journey to debt...

The Best Worst Case Scenario: Part 5

I’ve written many times before about some of the dangers and traps associated with the use of credit cards. But an article (with some interesting Facebook comments) that Megan sent me about a new credit card program with super-OMG!-amazing sign-up bonus features got me to thinking about the psychological effects of using credit cards and why we find them so hard to get rid of, yet so easy to...

The Best Worst Case Scenario: Part 4

I’ve written many times before about some of the dangers and traps associated with the use of credit cards. But an article (with some interesting Facebook comments) that Megan sent me about a new credit card program with super-OMG!-amazing sign-up bonus features got me to thinking about the psychological effects of using credit cards and why we find them so hard to get rid of, yet so easy to...

The Best Worst Case Scenario: Part 3

I’ve written many times before about some of the dangers and traps associated with the use of credit cards. But an article (with some interesting Facebook comments) that Megan sent me about a new credit card program with super-OMG!-amazing sign-up bonus features got me to thinking about the psychological effects of using credit cards and why we find them so hard to get rid of, yet so easy to...

The Best Worst Case Scenario: Part 2

I’ve written many times before about some of the dangers and traps associated with the use of credit cards. But an article (with some interesting Facebook comments) that Megan sent me about a new credit card program with super-OMG!-amazing sign-up bonus features got me to thinking about the psychological effects of using credit cards and why we find them so hard to get rid of, yet so easy to...

The Best Worst Case Scenario: Part 1

I’ve written many times before about some of the dangers and traps associated with the use of credit cards. But an article (with some interesting Facebook comments) that Megan sent me about a new credit card program with super-OMG!-amazing sign-up bonus features got me to thinking about the psychological effects of using credit cards and why we find them so hard to get rid of, yet so easy to...

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