How to Use This Blog – Full of Information

The main problem with blogs is that you can only see a few of the most recent article posts.

How do you know what other information or topics have been discussed?

How do you get the most out of a blog site?

My blog design helps you answer these questions a couple of ways.

  1. If you have a keyword or phrase in mind, simply type it into the search box you find on the home page. You may try different variations too. PS. If you don’t find a post about something you have a question about, please use the “Ask Larry” button to ask me – I’ll be happy to answer & may even post a new blog about it.
  2. On the blog’s home page, you’ll also find a “Select Categories” pull down menu. Here, you’ll be able to see all the post by that category. Sometimes this will give you an idea to refine your search by giving you hints at what keywords might be used on this site.

My style is to discuss in general terms the topic, with links to dive deeper if you’d like, or to provide definition or explanation of various items in the blog. I try to give reference, etc., so you don’t have to just take my word for it (most bloggers simply state something as factual without backup or reference material to support the statement).

With over 600 posts, and counting (not a large number by some blogging standards; but I seek to write about meaty topics rather than fluff), there is a wealth (no pun intended) of information you may find here for your better financial education.

I’m grateful to you and all the many readers. If you haven’t already, please consider subscribing to automatically get new articles as they post periodically approximately every other week.

PS. If you happen upon a link or video/multimedia that doesn’t work, please let me know so I can have it fixed promptly for you and other readers.

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