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July 16, 2021
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June 22, 2021
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May 13, 2021
There’s a 12 percent increase in people who budget over 2019 statistics and most people prefer pen and paper over apps.Read More
In the Media
“If the pandemic has taught us anything, it’s to make sure we have enough items at home to last us for a while,” says Howard Dvorkin, certified public accountant and chairman of personal finance site Debt.com. That advice isn’t limited to pantry items either. “If your old personal computer kept crashing and it was … a major problem during Zoom meetings, this is the time to get a new one.”
“Eviction is so terrifying because it’s a Frankenstein’s monster built out of all your other problems,” says Howard Dvorkin, CPA and chairman of Debt.com. “The only way to keep a roof over your head is to keep your head. Scour the internet, make some calls and enlist some allies. They’re out there.”
I launched my first business more than three decades ago. I launched my most recent business six months ago. I’ve invested in dozens since then, and I’m considering a few more right now.
None of them have anything to do with the hot topic of the season: cryptocurrency. None of them will, either. Not for a long time, if ever.
There are reasons why I won’t invest in cryptocurrency, and they’re the same reasons why you shouldn’t distract yourself by even considering it…