Personal Finance is Personal
You’re ready to up your money game, so you start searching for financial advice. You begin looking online and find thousands of articles to choose from. Or you turn to Amazon and your local library for books to improve your financial knowledge. But you quickly notice some articles and books tell you to do precisely the opposite of others.
The more you read, the more confused you get.
Because even if the financial advice conflicts, you can see how each argument makes sense. They’re backed up with numbers, and some include real-life examples. Analysis paralysis sets in. So instead of taking action on what you are trying to do – fix your finances – you sit back perplexed and don’t make any noticeable progress on your money matters.