Have You Done Something Dumb With Your Money?

13 Mar Have You Done Something Dumb With Your Money?

Let’s face it. We all have done dumb things with money. That’s part of life. But maybe you can help someone else avoid the same mistakes. Matt will again be appearing as guest on the “Intelligent Investing with Pam Otten” radio show this coming Wednesday.

We’ll be discussing common money mistakes and how to avoid them. I have a list of examples but I’d love to have some real-life feedback to use. If you’ve got a great example of a money mistake in your life, comment on this post or send me an email to mailbag@financialexcellence.net, with the subject “Money Mistakes.” Be sure to include your name as you want us to use it (or not use it) in the show.

The show will air live Wednesday, March 17th from 5-6 p.m. at www.toginet.com. You can call into the show as well or join us in the live chat. See you then!

  • Matt.Wegner
    Posted at 10:49h, 13 March

    I’ll be the first to comment on this. When I was much younger (and dumber) I fell for the sales pitch for one of those national buyers’ clubs. I was so certain I would take advantage of their great deals on electronics and furniture. The trouble is, I was in college and had no money. So I paid my membership fees by the month at 18% annual interest to the tune of $1,500 before interest. What’s worse is I never even used the membership for discounts because I forgot I had it! Now that’s being dumb with your money!