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  • How the USA will default on the national debt

    Once upon a time, politicians paid lip-service to the idea that our country should operate with some semblance of fiscal responsibility. It’s almost comical to look back at Ross Perot’s presidential runs in 1992 and 1996 when he used flip charts to rally against government debt. Back then the United States had a national debt of $4-5 trillion, about 65% […]

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  • Financial Ribbernecking - how do you stack up?

    How Do You Stack Up?

    Employees at technology companies—as a group—are highly compensated. Nonetheless, it may not feel like it, given the high cost of living in tech hubs like Seattle or the San Francisco Bay Area. To keep grounded in reality, I look forward every three years to the Federal Reserve Board’s Survey of Consumer Finances for the latest household income and net worth […]

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  • You’re Having a Baby!

    A new child impacts most parts of your life. Sleep deprivation may be the most immediate and directly-felt impact, but there is also a significant change to your finances. The decision to have a child is a major milestone and defining moment in life. And as with all major life changes, being aware of the financial implications and having a plan […]

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