Today we answer this question: "I have accumulated $6,000 in credit card debt from a period of unemployment; should I use some of the $10,000 I have in my 401(k) to pay it off?"
If you want happy-go-lucky, unicorns-and-balloons-in-the-sky Joshua, skip today's show.
If you want angry Joshua to opine on his disgust with the US American politicians' lack of fiscal restraint and the long-term catastrophe that is the US American budget, then you'll enjoy today's show.
Love isn't primarily a feeling. Love is an action. Love does.
You can show love with money in many ways, but a massively powerful way is by giving.
Here are some ideas and thoughts to encourage you to build more love in your life by giving more.
I thought you might be interested in some behind-the-scenes discussion of how we recently bought our rig for an intended full-timing RV trip around the USA this summer.
We did some things well and made some big mistakes. I hope you learn from both!
Feeding yourself (and especially children!) on the road can utterly destroy your budget.
Here are some tips and tricks I've learned that will be helpful to you.
This is an essay that has been deeply influential on my life. I hope you find it insightful and thought-provoking.
"Isaiah's Job" by Albert Jay Nock was first published in The Atlantic Monthly in 1936.
The written text of the document may be found here: http://traffic.libsyn.com/radicalpersonalfinance/Isaiahs_Job_by_Albert_Jay_Nock.pdf
Money is important. But it's not #1.
Social Peer Pressure is significant. And it affects most of us with regard to our spending.
Here are three strategies I think through when considering how to combat it.