When it rains, it pours. I just posted that I got my $4,949.80 tuition reimbursement direct deposit, but while I was typing that up, my boss called me over to tell me the results of my performance review. We sat down last Friday to review my … [Read more...] about The money is rolling in. I got a raise
Back on June 21st, I told you I registered for my first semester of graduate classes. It cost $4,950 for 2 classes ($2,475 each). That day, I submitted my reimbursement paperwork to my boss. He signed it, but his boss was out until the following … [Read more...] about Got my tuition reimbursement…minus 20 cents!
The first step to fixing your finances is to create a budget. Once you know what you're spending and whether your income can cover it, you'll be better positioned to take the next step... Saving for Emergencies and Retirement While growing up, if I … [Read more...] about Fixing your money mistakes: Save, save, save