Even when you know that using your credit card when you can't pay it off immediately is wrong, we sometimes find ourselves in that situation. So why do we get there so easily? It's not just you and I, but a lot of people find themselves in this scenario. I know there were a few … Continue reading Why buying on credit is so alluring
Photo by Anna Nekrashevich on Pexels.com Back in 2008 when I started my journey in higher education I felt I had a calling to a certain profession. As a wide-eyed high school graduate, one of my dream goals was to become someone successful in business. You know the stereotype: fancy car, corner office and able … Continue reading Why I switched from Accounting Major to Finance Major
Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com A few years ago I was working in corporate finance as a Financial Analyst. The work was challenging, and for those in the know, working in corporate is very demanding not just with your workload but with the nuances and politics that come into play. Luckily I had an amazing … Continue reading Masters in Finance vs M.B.A.
Depiction of Mixtec King Eight Deer Jaguar Claw (Right) meeting with Four Jaguar in Pre-Columbian Era. There is a part of the community within California that migrated from Mexico whose heritage predate Aztec and Spanish colonization. In today's age, they are the third largest group of indigenous people known as Mixtec. As a mainly agricultural … Continue reading Lending Practices and Financial Resource Awareness within the Indigenous Community
A few years ago I had a love/hate relationship with cars and initially I wanted to save up and buy a brand new car. Now I heard the stories of financial decision making and buying a new car is almost never worthwhile on paper these days. Of course you feel amazing and do not have … Continue reading Used Cars and our journey to a “New” one.