Improve Your Finances for the New Year

The following is a guest post. The approach of a new year always brings contemplation on things that can be improved for the future. Often times, New Year’s resolutions revolve around personal relationships, health and weight, but this year why … Continue reading

3 Debt Options That Probably Won’t Save You Money

I’m always amazed by the number of commercials, print ads, and radio jingles dedicated to financial products and services. No matter how much we try to resist, they often get stuck in our heads for months (and sometimes years) whether … Continue reading

Three Tips for Managing an Empty Checking Account

The following is a guest post. In this economy – heck, it can happen even in a go-go economy – it is not at all unusual to come up short in the cash department when there are bills waiting to … Continue reading

Why it’s Dumb to be Clueless About Your Finances

Last week I had a conversation with a coworker (I’ll call her Beatrice) about quitting my job and how I’ll survive with no guaranteed income. Now, I’ve known this girl for years - we got our undergraduate degrees together - … Continue reading