Carnival of Personal Finance #434: The Happy Festivus Edition – The Holiday (Links) For the Rest of Us
Welcome to the Festivus Edition! In case you do not know what Festivus is all about, it is from one of the funniest and best sitcoms in history — Seinfeld. Come to think of i
Tim’s post about having a reduced Christmas (and the relief that goes with it!), got me thinking about how I handle the holiday season. It’s pretty simple. I don’
This is a part of the Investing Series. ————————————————- Management Expense Ratios are a fancy way of saying that investors need to pay for the gu
Obviously as I don’t own a home, these are just estimations based on mortgage calculators I found online, and notes from other sites put into one big table. SCENARIO: MONTREA
As requested by Jane Savers in response to my own post about what I learned growing up without ever talking about money, I’ll talk briefly about what my dad learned about gro
Via Jezebel Yep. Story of any woman’s life, especially those of us who work in male-dominated industries or even if we are just starting out in our careers as young women.
Belle recently linked to an interesting article about charitable giving: ..poorest 20-percent of Americans give 3.2% of their income to charity, while the wealthiest 20-percent giv