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A house is the biggest purchase that many of us will ever make.
Yet far too many people spend disturbingly little time running the numbers on what they can afford.
People will literally spend more time agonizing over whether to spend an extra . . .
A quick example of sunk costs:
Keeley and I just stopped at coffee shop, and she bought a coffee to go. Three minutes after we left, she had taken just two sips, and dumped it out.
"I realize I don't want this anymore."
She recognized that the $2.50 she paid for the coffee was a sunk cost.
She paid for it in the past, . . .
How to think about maximizing impact when donating politically
It's election season, which means there's a good chance you've been asked for money. Or maybe you've been invited to a fundraiser or a phone bank.
Perhaps you've even given money to a candidate or a cause while attending a fundraiser, or after receiving an email with an irresistible pitch.
During this season, I think it's important . . .
When it comes to investing your money, one of the first principles to understand is compound growth.
We often hear things like:
"The biggest money mistake I ever made was not starting to invest earlier."
"Start investing even a tiny amount early, and you can be a millionaire by the time you retire."
"If you save just . . .