This week: Should you date deadbeats, the most important lesson for young adults, giving an allowance on a prepaid card, 9 characteristics of a great job, and 15 free ways to learn something new.
Author Archives: Stacy Johnson
We all sometimes engage in destructive behavior to address emotional issues. Some use alcohol, others use credit cards. If you’re buying more but enjoying it less, here’s what to do.
This week: 4 ways not to budget, the best cell plans for all types of users, why you shouldn’t read personal finance blogs, why preparation beats planning, and how the position you sleep in could be hurting you.
The term ’3-legged stool’ has been used to describe the 3 necessary ingredients of stable retirement income. But for many, 1 of those legs will be missing. Here’s a simple explanation of the problem, along with some potential solutions.
Maintaining a clean credit history is important. Here’s a simple, step-by-step guide to make sure yours is in top shape.
This week: Is it too early to start holiday shopping? Plus, 10 things to do before buying your first home, when we overpay on purpose, 4 tips to help you break a lease, and 10 natural air fresheners.
When you’re paying out more than you’re taking in, you’re in trouble. If it’s happening to you, or someone you know, here’s a step-by-step guide for what to do.