Much of personal finance is about taking care of yourself. Some may even see it as selfish. It answers the questions: How much do I have? When do I want to stop working? How much can I spend while retired?
“I don’t think anyone really matures. Adults are just children who owe money.” Kenneth Branagh in Peter’s Friends (1992). I’ve known a number of people that fit this description. I remember when I was 16, having the distinct impression that
Personal finance is more art than science. It encompasses various choices that we all make about our money. It includes the information that we base those choices on, such as income and expenses. Our choices are based on our limited
Preparing for retirement is a little like planning an exciting vacation. It takes a lot of work and preparation, making sure that every detail is right so that it will be exactly what you want. With a vacation, you choose