This week: How to toilet train yourself into a better money manager, find a high-paying part-time job, look like you’re busy at work, and save money by watching YouTube videos, plus why saving for college may not be the best use of our money.
Author Archives: Stacy Johnson
Paying attention to your credit report and score is good. Obsessing over them isn’t.
If you’re not taking advantage of free tools to save more and spend less, you’re throwing money out the window.
This week: free stuff to do in national parks, plants that clean and purify your air, dirty tricks for salary negotiations, why you should be concerned about recycled bank account numbers, and six ways to make perfect eggs.
A reader wants to leave her money to her kids, but is afraid they’ll blow it. It’s a common problem, but one without an ideal solution.
Investing in stocks isn’t nearly as complicated as Wall Street wants you to believe. Proof: I can tell you everything you need to know in one short article.
This week: how to use your retirement savings to buy a house, how to stay wealthy, why men make more than women, how to start a business with no money, and a comprehensive list of savings for seniors.