Here are some interesting and amusing developments from the past week that aren’t exactly news but might make you smile.
Author Archives: Stacy Johnson
Every week I take a look at five interesting personal finance posts from other bloggers around the Web. What I found this week: treasure hunt with a Treasury hunt, the dark side of 401(k) plans, Suze Orman’s debit card, more money resolutions, and steps to change your financial habits.
Spoiler alert – if you prefer believing this show is real and not staged, don’t read this.
From cooking to custom cars, TV is full of “how-to” shows. But if you’re hunting for a house, don’t take HGTV’s “House Hunters” too seriously.
He’s 29 years old, his only debt is his mortgage, and he’s got enough in the stock market to pay it off. What would you do?
Those old delinquent debts have long faded from your memory. But now that it’s time to buy a house, will potential mortgage lenders forget about them too?
They’re called “hacks”: clever solutions to tricky problems. Here are some of my favorites to help you save more or spend less.