Get Ahead of the Fee GameOK, why the big, wallet wallop on foreign transaction fees? I understand there is a cost associated with exchange rate conversion, but does it really cost $2.50 or more to conduct transactions from a foreign ATM? I think not. Here we are, living in the age of increased access to … Continue reading Traveling this Summer? How to Avoid Foreign Transaction Fees (or try to)
At that moment, I was here, "Wow, can I screw up this parenting thing any more?" Out of the blue, (well, not entirely out of the blue) I get a text from an old friend who was reflecting back to a thing that happened years ago. She said, "I'll never forget," [that I said], "take … Continue reading Here, Take a Swig of This
I could've said, "the good with the bad". Whatever. "Good Things and Shitty Things" is more funny and the good with the bad is played out. I have many good things happening in my life, but I also have a healthy smattering of shitty things dotted throughout too. Without the shitty things, I wouldn't appreciate … Continue reading Good Things and Shitty Things
Last week, I dropped by my SIL's office for birthday hugs. During the mini-celebration, SIL mentioned she had something in the car for me, so we walked outside together and she handed me two articles from wealth management.com. This event is good for two reasons.1. A financial adviser likes my blog. Win. 2. I got a … Continue reading Smashing the Glass Ceiling
What is net worth and why is it important? The official definition of individual net worth: Assets - Liabilities = Net Worth If your assets are more than your liabilities, then you have a positive net worth. If your liabilities are more than your assets, then you have a negative net worth. Negative Net Worth … Continue reading Be the Exception ~Know your Net Worth!