Your Personal Economy – The Bottom Line that Matters Most

Recently on a television commercial for some financial product or other, I heard the phrase, "your personal economy" mentioned. This term refers to the idea that every person- and every family, has an individual financial outlook as unique as a fingerprint. This concept has stuck with me, and I wanted to share my thoughts on … Continue reading Your Personal Economy – The Bottom Line that Matters Most

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The $5,935 House

The recent President's Day holiday got me thinking about history. Specifically the historical cost of living in America. Take a look at the cost of "the basics" 100 years ago. In 1912: The average house cost: $5,935 The average car cost: $690                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         **As ofthe 1920's only 1 in 5 Americans owned a car - today there … Continue reading The $5,935 House