This week: why it’s OK to pay $200 for a haircut, how inflation helps the rich, why credit cards aren’t evil, 29 work-from-home careers, and 10 things you didn’t learn in college but should have.
Author Archives: Stacy Johnson
More and more people are dumping pay TV and opting for online viewing instead. But to make it work, you’ll need a fast Internet connection. Here are your choices, with the pros and cons of each.
This week: how to preserve old photos, how to buy an inexpensive mattress, how to make a month of lunches for $7, five habits for success, and are prepaid cards worse than direct deposit?
Shopping for a house is more fun than shopping for a mortgage, but if you do it right, mortgage shopping isn’t that hard and can pay off big-time. Here’s how.
This week: How to save on kids ages 0-18, how cutting the cable saves more than just money, how to get a loan with bad credit, how to save when you’re pregnant, and why there are so many credit scores.
If you have DirecTV, know someone who does, or are considering subscribing, read this. In fact, if you pay for TV at all, read this.
This week: why you should declutter your life, why you should find a job you like, why rich people should tip more, why you should think twice before buying a pool, and why you should never visit a rent-to-own store.