Advice Chaser Blog
Should You “Buy the Dip”?
The economy is doing better than many analysts thought, but it’s still on shaky ground. Several banks have failed, interest rates are rising, and many big tech companies have laid
Are Bonds Still a Safe Investment?
Does that mean bonds are no longer safe in a high interest rate environment? If so, where should you keep your money?
What Are Bank Runs? Is Your Money Safe?
Bank runs are rare today, and when they happen, they don’t have the disastrous effects they once did. Here’s how to keep your deposits safe.
Is Low Unemployment a Bad Thing?
What’s the real story? Is low unemployment a bad thing, or can the economy improve without anyone losing their job?
Recession-Proofing Your Small Business
A small business with a firm foundation can often weather a recession and come out the other side as strong as ever.
Can I Retire If I Haven’t Worked?
Many full-time parents think there’s no point in considering retirement. There are solutions, but you need to plan in advance.
Recession-Proof Your Career
Any time the economy looks shaky, people start to worry about their jobs. A shrinking economy can lead to layoffs across multiple industries, and it’s hard to tell in advance
Should You Build a Home?
Instead of looking high and low for the house you want, you can buy land and have professionals build the house of your dreams.
The True Costs and Benefits of Electric Cars
If you’re considering purchasing an electric vehicle, consider all the factors before making up your mind.
Should Your Child Take Out a College Loan?
While college loans can open doors your child could never afford otherwise, they also have long-term consequences. When is it worth it?
Carbon Offsets: Solution or Scam?
What if you could balance out the carbon dioxide you release with another kind of offset? Plenty of big businesses claim to do it.
Good and Bad Debt
The concept of good and bad debt, while a little simplistic, can help you consider when it’s wise to borrow money.
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