Archive for May 2016

Why borrowing for a wedding is a bad idea

Written by Richard Barrington - 7 Comments

I enjoy weddings. I’m just not sure how much I’d pay for one. That thought was prompted by reading recently that the typical wedding in the United States costs around $30,000 these days. Now, I’m a little skeptical about that number. After all, there is whole cross-section of businesses dedicated to promoting the idea of […]

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Published on May 24th, 2016
Modified on May 18th, 2016 - 7 Comments
Filed under: Credit Cards,Family & Life,Mortgages,Planning
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How to decide whether to pay off debt now or later

Written by Richard Barrington - 8 Comments

A very wealthy and successful guy I used to work for once mentioned something about his mortgage to me. I was a little taken aback, and asked why someone with his money would still have a mortgage. His thinking demonstrated that there are several dimensions involved in the decision of when to maintain debt rather […]

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Published on May 3rd, 2016 - 8 Comments
Filed under: Debt Reduction
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