Nearly half of Americans in their 30s and 40s have lived together in a romantic relationship. While that may make for a happy couple, it can lead to money misery.
Author Archives: Stacy Johnson
A reader recently received a bill in the mail from 2006. Does she have to pay?
This week: information on tipping, transferring credit card balances, food stamps for pets, low-income homebuying and controlling toy clutter.
A reader wants her representative and senators to know what she’s thinking. You should too. Here’s how to get in touch with everyone from President Obama to your state representative.
This week: How to entertain yourself for $10 or less, how to find a job that isn’t advertised, how to pay less for funerals, why you should quit your job, and why you’ll never get rich by budgeting.
This reader has enough in savings to pay off her mortgage, but hesitates to drain her savings to do it. The math is simple, but the answer isn’t.
A look at five interesting personal finance posts from other bloggers around the Web. This week: how to make money with your friends, how the Internet can make you richer, how to save at baseball games, how to improve your home for less than $100, and how five guys became famous investors.