One of the key challenges Findi aims to address is the difficulty of finding someone “good” in the financial planning space. In particular, when choosing an investment advisor, it can be very difficult to separate out luck from skill. Common cognitive biases only exacerbate this… Read More »You Can’t Pick a Winning Advisor: Anchoring Bias
As student loan debt reaches record levels, graduates are left wondering how to most effectively deal with the burden that debt imposes. This post will walk through how to think about prioritizing debt repayment and an example using national data. However, before diving in let’s… Read More »Paying Off Your Loans Too Fast Could be a $13K Mistake
Our last post left off by describing the limitations of net worth and why another measure is also needed. This week we’ll discuss the concept of cash flow and how it provides a second important perspective on your finances. Cash flows: How Your Finances Feel… Read More »Two Perspectives You Need: Cash Flow
One of the challenges in personal finance is understanding which numbers matter and what they mean. Over the next two posts, we’re going to cover the two key numbers you need to understand where your money is going and where it’s taking you: net worth… Read More »Two Perspectives You Need: Net Worth
In this post, we’re going to give you a comprehensive framework to think about making financial decisions. Our framework is simple enough for anyone to use, yet powerful enough to handle every financial decision. Not coincidentally, findi is designed to leverage this framework, though the… Read More »How to Think About Personal Finance
We’ll use this space to showcase the simple yet nuanced insights you can expect from Findi. Stay tuned!