A look at five interesting personal finance posts from other bloggers around the Web. This week: your financial sign, big bills on a credit card, your salt intake, your brie intake, and how to fight the cable company.
Author Archives: Stacy Johnson
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The Internet is indispensable for everything from shopping to keeping up with the news. But there’s one thing it’s horrible for: booking a plane ticket. That’s OK. I’ve found a better way.
We’ve all seen the signs at the cash register: “Minimum credit card transaction $10.” Is this legal? In the past, no. Now, yes. Here’s a quick primer on changes in banking laws and how they affect you.
For those students and parents now taking out loans and writing checks to the colleges of their choice, here’s some soothing news: It could have been worse. Check out the list of America’s most expensive colleges and universities.
From losing weight to saving more, goals are the way to get things done. So why are they so hard to stick to? Here’s Part 1 in a series about overcoming the obstacles that keep you from following through.
A look at five interesting personal finance posts from other bloggers around the Web. This week: extreme couponing is extremely painful, explaining a balloon payment, babies vs. debt, lessons from Michael Vick, and spicing up your boring workday lunches.