About Carrie Hetu

Carrie Hetu is not a financial expert, but has been passionate about finances since the age of 19 years old when a neighbor introduced her to taxes. From that time, she has made a point to increase her financial literacy into areas of frugal living, investing, real estate, budgeting and passive income. She currently blogs at Poor to Rich a Day at a Time and Simply Homeschooled.


  1. Avatar[email protected] says

    Have you considered the coordination costs and the ‘trauma of adjustment’? I like teams and have been known to creat and participate in some very successful ones – but they also have a very high probablility of failure because of problems with networking, trust etc. Just spoiling for a good discussion, I suppose.

    • Avataradmin says

      I would like to hear more about “trauma of adjustment”. It isn’t something with which I am familiar when it comes to building a team.

      • AvatarPoor to Rich a Day at a Time says

        I would like to hear more on the trauma of adjustment too, I suppose that would depend on who you decide to add to your “team” and perhaps there may be coordination costs such as hiring an accountant or general contractors or what have you but what about the costs of NOT assembing a team for success? I would think the costs of going alone would be far greater in some circumstances….