From Michael Dinich …
When we think of Friday the 13th, we may conjure up images of unlucky events like broken mirrors, walking under ladders, or the impossibility of ”stepping on a crack and breaking your mother’s back”. The geekiest of us may think of hockey-masked, ax-wielding weirdos and psychopaths. As terrifying as those dudes are, Freddie Kruger is not going to leap into your dreams and steal your lunch money. (Or will he?)
There are real headless horseman of the financial apocalypse out there, and while you may know enough not to pick up a stranger with a raincoat and a hook for a hand, you often unconsciously listen to these boogeymen’s bad financial advice.
We all know you don’t go skinny dipping in the lake at night, but do you know how to deal with these 13 boogeymen?