A reader wonders what he should do next with his money. The answer might be to spend some of it, but read this post before going down that route.
An attending physician buys his first home, a condo in Chicago. Then he shares with you all the lessons he learned from the experience.
[Editor's Note: This guest post is contributed by a regular reader, not a physician, who wishes to remain anonymous (to you, not me) but describes herself at the beginning of the post. We have no fina...
My mantra with financial advice is "Good advice at a fair price." There are plenty of good financial advisors out there, but they're badly outnumbered, and by the time you know how to recognize one, you may know enough that you no longer need him. This post explains what the perfect advisor looks like, but you won't find him, probably because he doesn't exist. You may, however, find one that is good enough and offering his service at a fair price.