Why would you pay interest on a credit card balance when you can transfer to a card with a zero-percent promotional rate?
Author Archives: Stacy Johnson
Federal law limits the charge for a credit report to a maximum of $11. But that doesn’t do you much good if the companies providing it hide the cheapest option behind a wall of up-sell.
A look at five interesting personal finance posts from other bloggers around the Web. This week: how to make sushi and baby wipes, what you can learn from overseas investing and farm work, and why I don’t like the list of best cities to live in.
This reader wants to know what will happen to Apple stock if it starts paying dividends. Even if you don’t own Apple, or any stocks at all, there are still some good lessons here.
A look at five interesting personal finance posts from other bloggers around the Web. This week: Piggy banks for macho men, how to lose it big on Broadway, building muscle while saving money, going to college without going away, and home repair for those with short attention spans.
This former service member had to short-sale their house and wants the negative mark removed from their credit history. Reasonable? Possible?
If you really want to do something about prices at the pump, it’s not too late to take the advice I offered on Dec 8, 2010.