30 year mortgages requiring regular payments only worked in an era of 30 year jobs with regular paychecks.
Debt can be very tempting and powerful, but it’s rarely good.
What happens when out of the box thinking, meats hundreds of old cruise ships? Opportunity! Well, maybe…
Here is a reworking of one of one of my early posts. It’s a story about a PhD who had to sell vacations to pay off student loan debt.
Note: This is an analysis to some of the answers I’ve received from interviews and surveys. For privacy sake, I have redacted some details by using […] to signify when something was cut out or replaced to promote […]