Tweet Mrs. Micah has tagged several Personal Finance Bloggers with a challenge: Find one step you can take to make your financial system better or more organized. My choice: rewrite my Will. I have to admit that I haven’t thought
Tweet I think few people would disagree that children learn much of their life skills from their parents. From parenting, to work ethic, to spousal relationships, to personal finance, the most important things in life that children learn are those
Budgeting with YNAB forces you to live on last month’s income and build a buffer to overcome this month’s budget shortfalls, overages, and surprises. Check out YNAB. You’ll be glad you did.
Almost all accidents that occur when climbing Mt Everest happen on the way back down. Don’t let yourself fall AFTER you’ve reached your goal!
In Elizabethan drama, there were court jesters, commonly known as “fools” who were in charge of entertaining the king and his court. These people were among the few permitted to tell the truth to the king without fear of losing […]
With revenues declining for local, state, and federal governments, you can be sure the Tax Man will be on the lookout for his cut of your winnings, even if those winnings aren’t in cash.
Four years ago, I was bored with the Internet. It seemed like I read and visited the same sites over and over – mostly news and politics with a little weather and stock quotes sprinkled in. I did my taxes