Steve Jobs built Apple on the notion that everything, be it a product or a promotion, should be kept simple. Whatever wasn't boiled down to its essence and made to feel intuitive never passed "inspection" with Jobs.
FinanceSherpas.com, a site dedicated to personal finance advice and tips, follows that same simplification mandate. Only it does that with government bonds, refinancing, penny stocks, capital gains taxes and all other subjects in personal finance and investing.
FinanceSherpas.com editor Nick Allen, like Jobs, tolerates no excuse, even from the experts, for presenting any financial concept in the complex way which used to scare ordinary people away from even trying to build wealth. Simplification is what sucks out the angst from managing money and investing.
Will FinanceSherpas.com launch the next unassuming billionaires next door? Since it is relatively new, those kinds of outcomes haven't been reported yet by the readers. However, the advertisers seem to be betting on a homerun. Those which bought space on the site include brandnames ranging from LendingTree to Quicken.
Visit FinanceSherpas.com now and start all over again on how you approach money.
Full disclosure: Currently I am slaving over making an article on health insurance, well, so simple it will seem totally intuitive for the readers of FinanceSherpas.com.