This week: how to get work experience without having a job, whether you should let your insurance company track your driving habits, car insurance myths you should be aware of, exercises you can do at home, and a bunch of ways to earn extra money.
Author Archives: Stacy Johnson
There are two distinct types of people in the world: those who can’t stand the idea of unexpected expenses, and those who can’t stand the idea of paying for protection they don’t need.
This week: how to fight against getting into fights, how to have some local fun and spend less doing it, why the only good home security system is one that barks, seven questions you’re not asking yourself that you should, and eight financial tips for freshmen.
A Bentley convertible or a kid? If you believe what you read in the media, they’re about the same price. But here’s why you shouldn’t always believe what you see.
A reader is worried that her husband’s Social Security will get clipped if he takes a low-paying job prior to retiring. In fact, that job could mean higher Social Security payments later on.
This week: ending self-sabotage, teaching your kids about money, lowering your life insurance premiums, taking money advice from your spouse, and 30 signs you were raised by frugal parents.
When you want to stop using a credit card, you just cut it up, right? Not quite. Here’s how to do it right.