via NPR News
A couple of years ago, University of Chicago professor Harold Pollack did an online video chat with personal finance writer Helaine Olen.
The topic was how regular people get steered into bad investments by financial advisers. Pollack said that the best personal finance advice “can fit on a 3-by-5 index card, and is available for free in the library — so if you’re paying someone for advice, almost by definition, you’re probably getting the wrong advice, because the correct advice is so straightforward.
After they posted the video, the emails started pouring in — people wanted to know, where could they get this index card? What was this fantastic yet simple advice for managing their money?
Find out if all the financial advice you need can fit on an index card here–> Can The Best Financial Tips Fit On An Index Card? : All Tech Considered : NPR