We get literally hundreds of questions on how to make a financial decision.
“O great and mighty Bitches, should I pay off my debt or add to my savings?”
“Our Bitches, who art in Bitch Nation, should I take a gap year or try to finish my college degree as quickly as possible?”
“Wise and benevolent Bitches, should I buy a house or keep renting?”
“Most beloved and humble of Bitches, how should I allocate my investments?”
“Bitches, I beseech thee: how much of my income should I budget for necessities vs. entertainment?”
One of the things about our blog I’m most proud of is that we answer as many of these questions as possible. Hence our Ask the Bitches series and the entire Q&A premise of our podcast!
It’s not entirely altruistic, though. We get off on being human Pez dispensers of advice tablets. And when we get multiple questions on the same topic, we often just write a whole ass article on said topic. BOOM! Question answered in perpetuity!
Despite the pleasure we take in our methodology, I’m about to shift it from a BGR-exclusive service to something even amateurs can do at home. With this article, I’ll wipe out about 70% of the questions people ask us in one fell swoop.Read More