This week you’ll discover some quick tips to improve your finances, must-have disaster apps, why you should shrink the number of bank accounts you have, whether you should buy a house with a friend, and questions to ask at job interviews.
Author Archives: Stacy Johnson
Lending to family and friends has been going on since the first money was minted. Is it a good idea? That depends on who’s doing the borrowing and who’s doing the lending.
This week you’ll learn how to: become a millionaire, save on meat, improve your conversational skills, save on cellphone plans, and know when interest rates will head higher.
A reader’s son earned a master’s degree in business, but hasn’t found a job after more than two years of looking. The parents think the problem is a lack of experience. I think it’s something else.
This week: how to start a home business, biggest job mistakes, buying and selling on Craigslist, vacation home exchanges, and why credit cards aren’t competitive.
Two weeks ago we announced a contest to determine the worst Mother’s Day gift you’ve ever given or received. Here’s what you said.
As Mother’s Day approaches, it occurs to me that my mom taught me everything I ever needed to know about money when I was a kid.