The power company fails to maintain its equipment, and the resultant power surge fries your electronics and appliances. Sure, it’s their fault. But do they have to pay? You’ll find the answer shocking.
Archives: Stacy Johnson
This week: The next bad things coming to air travel, how to get rid of paper clutter, how to be a good stranger, how to make money as an actor, and how to make money flipping scooters.
This week: How to get more great ideas outside the shower, why you shouldn’t compare yourself with others, how to live on $460 a month, a saver’s guide to instant gratification, and what life was like before it was normal to borrow.
This week: Problems that money can’t solve, behind the scenes of a frugal marriage, a review of “Your Money or Your Life,” how to negotiate your salary, and what to do when you need quick cash.
A reader is starting a new job and won’t have health insurance for three months. Will that result in an Obamacare penalty?
This week: Asking the pros for travel advice, lending money to friends, understanding forex trading, moving to a vacation town, and deciding whether it’s a good idea to commingle money.
A reader and her husband were surprised to find a delinquent account on his credit history, and now they need to clean it up before they apply for a mortgage. Possible? Yes. I know it is because I’ve done it myself.