Socrates Demystifies the Social Security Decision

The Greek philosopher, Socrates, left no known writings.  Only secondary sources exist for historians to piece together a recount of his work and teachings.  The Platonic dialogues - roughly 30 dialogues written by Socrates' student, Plato - provide the source for much of what we know about Socrates.  The dialogues generally involve Socrates as the [...]

Can Student Loans Fairly Be Labeled “Good Debt”?

Last week’s Astute Angle post explained some fallacies related to mortgage borrowing and how the free pass treatment of home mortgages as "good debt" leads to poor financial decision-making.  In response to that post, I received a few questions related to the "good debt" label of student loans that prompted another debt-centric post.  Three of [...]