I got a question from reader John that intrigued me in how I would answer, as well as tips that you, my readers, could provide: Hey there Mike, I have been following your blog for a few months now. I was just reading the "Our remaining Debt" and … [Read more...] about Reader Question: Handling $18,000 in Credit Card Debt
Many of you hopefully use tax software like TurboTax to do your taxes each year (even if you only do the 1040EZ, it's free to file then), but SmartMoney put together a list of key changes to keep an eye out for this year:1. Due date this year is … [Read more...] about Keep an eye out for these changes to your Form 1040
(Guest Post by Alban)If you have ever marvelled at and admired the motivation and dedication of athletes performing at their best, you have probably also wondered whether you had it in you to apply the same passion and achievement in your own … [Read more...] about Beef Up Your Personal Finances with These 10 Tips
Since we don't have kids, we've become interested in travel recently, although our jobs and other financial commitments seem to be getting in the way, but I foresee at least one foreign vacation for us this year (we now have friends in Germany and … [Read more...] about Got cash for a foreign vacation this year? Try these countries!
LOVE DROP HAS LAUNCHED! Love Drop has launched!! I wrote about how you can get involved not too long ago and my friend J Money and co-founder Nate have officially launched the site and giving campaign.Love Drop is a micro-giving network of … [Read more...] about Love Drop has launched…Meet Jill, the first Love Drop.
A couple years ago, when we were rolling in debt, specifically $20,000 worth of credit card debt, I avoided accruing interest by opening new credit cards with a 0% balance transfer offer. Well, those days are in the past, both of our credit card debt … [Read more...] about And then there were 7â€¦credit cards