1/17/2008

Welcome

After playing around with this site for a while, I think I've gotten to a point where I might, kinda get serious about blogging. I know, way to commit! I feel I have a lot to say about personal finance, it's just a matter of making the time to make something out of this. A few things to note:

  • I did not major or minor in English. Feel free to correct my grammar or spelling, just don't expect me to care. On second thought, don't bother.
  • I am not a financial planner, financial counselor, nor accredited in any way in this field. I am, however, an expert in my opinion.
  • I welcome intelligent discussion or debate about the topics of my posts, but I will moderate comments and reserve the right to remove inappropriate comments.
  • I am a fan of Dave Ramsey and my opinions tend to line up with what he teaches.
  • I think Suze Orman is a shill.
  • I will mostly be blogging about personal finance as it relates to current events, faith, and everyday life.
  • I am not doing this for money, and you will not see ads on this blog. See here for more on this.
  • I am not independently wealthy, and have earned all that we have.
  • I am not afraid to fail and have done so before.
  • I have a wife, 2 children, a mortgage, and no other debt (thanks, Dave!).
  • I am hopelessly frugal, but by no means a scrooge. I enjoy life, but not at the expense of my family's future.

If you have questions, ASK! I'm happy to discuss.

1 comments:

Mr. NtJS said...

I don't know much about Dave Burke (except what I just read on rip off report). Sounds like a great way for him to get rich.

My honest opinion - listen to the Dave Ramsey Show for about a week and then tell me what you think. You can always spend $2k on this junk, but Dave Ramsey will teach you how to do all of this with out some crap software. "God's and Grandma's advice".

There is no 'quick fix', no 'magic pill'.

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