Tag Archives: Money

Saving money by scooting:

Warning: What follows is a number-heavy post that is much more about finances than scooter-riding. Proceed if you’re into that sort of thing! About a year ago I bought my first motorized two-wheeled vehicle. After a year of MCATs, interviews … Continue reading

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So you want to be rich? The magic of compounding interest:

What if you were able to save half your income every month? To make the math simple, lets say you earn $12,000* a year ($1,000 a month), and you’re able to put half of it ($500/month) into a mutual fund … Continue reading

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I bought a house!

So, I bought a house! If I had been told a year ago that I would own this beautiful place today, I wouldn’t have believed it. That’s about the time Helen and I decided to move in together. Helen is … Continue reading

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My new experiment with peer-to-peer lending:

Several years ago, a few smart people came up with a way to facilitate loans between individuals that would both benefit the the borrower through lower rates than a bank would offer, and the lender, through higher percentage yields than … Continue reading

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How easily I (accidentally) committed check fraud

Greetings blog readers! It’s been a long time. A reallllly long time, but I said I wanted to continue blogging, and I genuinely do. So, not promising to post every week, or even every other week, but I’m back! Now, … Continue reading

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