This reader’s future son-in-law is threatening to drag her daughter down with his massive student loans. Short of calling off the wedding, what’s a mother to do?
Archives: Stacy Johnson
When kids born in 2015 start asking about what life was like back in the old days, you’ll have this list to show them how things used to be.
This week: How Homer Simpson makes money, why boomers are about to go bust, mistakes you need to forgive yourself for, how to increase your self-employment income, and the secrets to a joyful life.
The frenzy of fees in everything from travel to banking is the financial equivalent of a cold slap in the face. Here are 10 examples, and some advice on fighting back.
This week: How rich people get that way, when not to send email, how to feel healthier for little or nothing, saving on skiing, and how to feel better about life in five minutes a day.
This week: Fun but frugal holiday activities, why procrastinators shouldn’t delay planning for the holidays, not fretting about getting out of debt, why value matters, and 15 ways to save on wrapping paper.
Online budgeting sites Mint and PowerWallet require that you enter your most personal financial information, including bank user names and passwords. Can these sites be trusted?