It's that time of the year again when employers and employees alike have the opportunity to review their health and benefits coverage and make changes. For most employers and government programs, this
Do you clip coupons? Do you cut your own lawn? Do you wash your jeans after 1 use? Do you check e-mail multiple times every hour of every day? Do you watch more than 2 hours of TV a day? Do you shop for
This topic has come up in many a discussion with my friends. My wife and I currently don't use a financial planner.
In regards to financial affairs of the house, I have done everything on my own
Managing your money can be a difficult task. It's hard enough for many people to restrain themselves from overspending in this consumer-driven economy, not to mention those who struggle with debt, credit
A new survey out recently finds that 1 percenters are "hoarding three times as much cash as they were two years ago." Being a 1 percenter, I am not immune to this trend. The data in the survey show
My wife and I are average people. Sure, we have been blessed with a decent income, but you couldn't tell that based upon our lives, positions in the community, our college grades, and where we are in
Long gone are the days where you can spend your entire career at one company and collect a pension when you retire. According to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics, the average person born in the latter
We’ve heard the talking point from the politicians. Raise taxes on anyone making more than $250,000 and you’re taxing job creators. As a result, raising taxes on the wealthy hurts jobs.
If they manage their money correctly, 1 percenters should not have many money issues. So what do one percenters do with excess income if all retirement accounts are fully funded, emergency account is
I went to college in the 1990's, which turned out to be the golden age of the student credit card business. While a 25 year old with no credit history, no debts and a steady job couldn't qualify for