Please save me from all the financial experts shoveling good advice on me for the new year, especially as the bar keeps getting set lower and lower for whatever constitutes “good” advice. As I read the papers and the blogs and the news sites so far, here’s the gist of it:
The list goes on, but you get the idea. It’s all the kind of stuff you knew when you were in high school and, if you haven’t paid attention until now, there’s no reason to expect that the click of a calendar is going to change things.
No, what we need is new advice, advice for the life we live today and the world as we (wish we didn’t) know it. To get you started, here are a few suggestions to make you more financially successful:
Following this advice will guarantee you a prosperous New Year, a comfortable retirement and, quite possibly, immortality. Let’s see you get that from one of those name-brand experts.
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