How to compare apples and oranges

Too many conflicting goals! This is where many decision makers give up and make do. I’m looking to buy a car. I want low price, good mileage and a roomy trunk, among other things. But how do you compare dollars, miles per gallon and cubic feet? Sometimes more is better (trunk capacity) and sometimes less … Continue reading How to compare apples and oranges

The Myth of the “Right Decision”

The Myth of the “Right Decision” Sometimes bad things happen to good decisions. A few years ago my husband found a car that he really liked, but he wasn’t sure whether he could afford it. This was a difficult decision because he’s retired and living off his 401(k). He has no steady stream of income, … Continue reading The Myth of the “Right Decision”