The Melted Recycling Bin: A Personal Finance Story (Chap. 9)

Authors’ note:

Explaining personal finance can be pretty dull. That’s a problem, if you need to learn about personal finance.

On a plane from St. Louis to Seattle, I decided to try and fix the problem. What if I could wrap some accounting concepts inside of a quirky (funny?) short story? My goal here is to present some information, and then add another step in the story. So, when you get to the end, you’ve been reminded of an personal finance concept- but you’ve received the information in a light-hearted way.

This blog post explains compounding interest, and how this concept works in favor of investors- and works against borrowers.

Anyway, that’s the goal here. The stories are written in chapter order, so that there is a logical flow for the reader. Enjoy!

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How Can I Make A Living By Starting An Online Business?

After years of struggle trying to build a business presence online, I’ve started to have a little success based on one key point:

Succeeding online isn’t a whole lot different than building a “brick and mortar” product or service business.

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Now, I’ll grant you, the delivery method online is very different from delivering a product or service from a storefront or through word-of-mouth referrals.

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