You’ve got complicated questions? We’ve got straightforward answers.

There’s an email address for you to send your questions:

Since the reason we gather here is to learn about money, try to keep your questions related to one of the following topics:

  • Saving Strategies (How do I?)
  • Debt Management (Credit cards, mortgages, credit scores, etc.)
  • Investing (stocks, mutual funds, bonds, dollar cost averaging)
  • Retirement Planning (IRAs, Roths, 401(k), annuities)
  • Taxes (Federal, State, income, payroll)
  • Estate Planning (wills, trusts)

You an choose to go “off the board” and ask about the Red Sox or Michigan football, but you may be disappointed with the response (especially if you like Notre Dame).

The frequency of this new feature and how many questions are answered each time will depend on how many questions are asked, so stay tuned. I’m sure this will change as it gains popularity. In the meantime, take advantage of the fact that there aren’t a zillion people here right now.

Remember, you can learn a lot from someone else’s questions. It’s a lot cheaper than learning from your mistakes, too.

I thought I’d also take the opportunity to remind you that the information provided in this blog, either by me or someone else, is provided for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal, investment, or accounting advice. You should consult a competent accountant, investment advisor, or legal counsel, as applicable, in order to obtain specific advice tailored to your situation. None of that should surprise you. And I (and hopefully everyone else who comments) will do our best to provide you that unbiased education you so definitely deserve.

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