Shouldn’t I Be Doing Something

Credit Card Debt? Gone. Car? Paid for. Bills? Payments are, for the most part, automated. Retirement Accounts? Getting funded more and more each year. Emergency Fund? Two months of expenses saved and on the way to way to three. Insurance? Life, health, dental, home, car, and personal liability...done. Discretionary Savings? All set up and getting … Continue reading Shouldn’t I Be Doing Something

Financial Physics: Why the Lock Unlocks

"Why does the lock unlock?" That was the question asked of our Health Physics crew one evening when I was co-op student working at a nuclear power plant when I was in college. (I was a Chemistry major in those days.) One of the technicians on the crew had earned his doctorate in Physics, and … Continue reading Financial Physics: Why the Lock Unlocks

Bad Plateaus

As you progress through the life of executing a financial plan, from time to time, you will notice some trends forming; some trends will be good and others will be bad. While most of the trends happening with my money these days are good, there was a time not too long ago that I noticed … Continue reading Bad Plateaus