When your wife suddenly gets a promotion and a higher salary than you, things could go south pretty quickly if you’re not prepared.
The stock market today is confusing, but that does not mean you should avoid it altogether. Some simple tips can help you make good money on the market.
You can’t manage what you don’t know or understand. While it may be hard to stare at the numbers and face the reality of them, it’s important too.
Here’s why Steven Spielberg’s Jurassic Park movie applies to personal finance and means more to me than being just CGI and sharp teeth.
Your family is at risk if you don’t have the necessary coverage.
The one way to become a millionaire.
Here are the ten ways most Americans and I waste so much money.
If you have many different debts with different interest rates, payoff schedules, and balances, it may sound like a good idea to sign up for debt consolidation. Debt consolidation can seem appealing with the promise of a significantly lower monthly payment and a reduced interest rate.
Each member of the family can play a part in maintaining a family budget.
— It is time for yet another post about learning money lessons from animated sitcoms! This time, we are going to learn five money lessons from The Simpsons! I am sure I have some fans of the Simpsons among my readers! I watch many animated sitcoms myself. And while The Simpsons is not my favorite sitcom,…
In the spirit of this upcoming Halloween (pun intended), I figured I’d round up a few classic scary movies and what they teach us about personal finance.
Most passive income ideas require you to put in a LOT of work. And doesn’t that kind of wipe out the passive in passive income?
For the most part of it, credit cards do make lives more comfortable. But, that is not the whole truth.
Your debt to income ratio has a significant influence on how lenders and other financial institutions perceive your reliability and credibility as a borrower.
Arming yourself with knowledge is a surefire way to ensure that you will become a master of your family finances.
Most of our regular spending on a day to day basis is no longer a conscious choice, but often a subconscious habit.