More options for a $1 million mortgage. Why people worry about yield curve inversions. Secrets to keeping wealth.[Read more…] about 3 interesting things I saw this week – December 2, 2022
Some people who prepay their mortgage may be leaving money on the table. The disadvantage of Medicare Advantage plans. Richer countries are happier, unless you live in Hong Kong.[Read more…] about 3 interesting things I saw this week – September 8, 2022
New cars are expensive. Family loans and the IRS. Salary vs. owner’s draw.[Read more…] about 3 interesting things I saw this week – July 22, 2022
Be a short-term pessimist and a long-term optimist. Socialized home ownership. Stubborn scientists win sometimes.[Read more…] about 3 interesting things I saw this week – November 19, 2020
How we became such massive consumers. Increase success through goal reduction. Will historically low mortgage rates keep going down?[Read more…] about 3 interesting things I saw this week – July 24, 2020
I get some variation of this question on a regular basis and it usually falls into one of 2 scenarios. The first is when someone is getting ready to retire. The other is when a mid-career family is buying a new home, thinking about refinancing, or has just come into some additional money, say from a promotion or inheritance. For the sake of brevity, I’ll cover the first scenario here and the other in a future post. [Read more…] about Should We Pay Our Mortgage Off Early?