It’s the end of the month. And the end of the first quarter. Although I’m a strong believer that all time is made-up (ergo: why I’m late for everything), we can use this calendar mark. Take this time to review your income versus your expenses so far this year. Here’s your first quarter check-in. HowContinue reading “First Quarter Check-in”
8 ways to save on gas. And none of them are carpooling. Or riding your bike (it’s still winter here in Wisconsin, that’s a stupid suggestion).
Everything is expensive this year. The pandemic has messed with supply chains and we’re going to feel the effects rippling through for a long time. Thanksgiving dinner is no different. According to the American Farm Bureau, the cost of feeding a family of 10 is going to be 14% more expensive than it was lastContinue reading “Cost of Thanksgiving 2021”
Ever found yourself thinking, “If I was making more money, then life would be easier”? I’ve got some bad news for you: it ain’t about the paycheck.
Let’s get ready to SPENNNDDDDDD! I hope you read that title in your best wrestle-mania announcer voice, because that’s the level of hype economists are expecting. Get ready to hear the phrase “Revenge Spending” as we all emerge from wherever we’ve been hiding over the past year-and-a-half. After not being able to do much, thereContinue reading “Get Ready for Revenge Spending”
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Who swears by their Amazon Prime account? If you’re in the club (I can honestly say I’m not. Weird, I know), you’re in very good company. Outgoing CEO Jeff Bezos published his letter to shareholders last week and — no huge surprise here — noted that Prime subscription grew remarkably over the past year, thanksContinue reading “Amazon Addiction”
Economic relief is that morning cup of coffee that’s needed to form coherent thoughts. Stimulus is the triple-shot of espresso that gets you to do 👏🏻 all 👏🏻 the 👏🏻 thing. And hear colors.
President Biden announced his proposal to update the US’s infrastructure in what he is calling a “once in a generation” plan to spend approximately $2 trillion over the next 8 years (although I think it is worth noting the American Society of Engineers estimates we’ll need $2.6 trillion just to maintain current trends). This infrastructureContinue reading “How are We Going to Pay for This?”