Doing your taxes: Myths, Reality Checks, and How soon to send them
There was a little discussion happening on Twitter (@saverspender) that I thought perhaps the rest of you might like to be interested in listening in on, post-tweet. IF YOU MOVE U
Your children are not investments
Children you have, are not investments. You have kids as a parent, knowing full well that you may spend about $250,000 until they’re 18 and ready to be shipped off to college
Investing Series: What Kind of Investor are You?
This is a part of the Investing Series. ————————————————- You may be wondering at t
Switching to Consigned or Thrifted, Used Clothing: Can I do it?
I’m seriously considering switching to thrifting as the majority of my purchases. I am thinking 75% of my clothing budget this year should be secondhand. Not 100%, because I
Save like a developing country: Global savings rates around the world
The only data I’ve been able to get for all the countries at once, is for the year 2010. Luckily, it isn’t so far off from 2013, and the savings rates at a quick glance
Investing Series: What to look out for when you’re investing (fees and other tactics)
This is a part of the Investing Series. ————————————————- This is by no means a com
Investing Series: What is Investing, exactly?
This is a part of the Investing Series. ————————————————- What I’ve noticed i
Who are the Billionaires of the World?
Bloomberg came out with an AMAZING tool that pretty much tracks every billionaire in the world. (As if we weren’t already nosy and annoying enough for them.) It comes in cart
The Meaning of Life is to Live in the Now
Do you ever wonder what the point of all this is? What the purpose of our lives are? Personally, I believe we all have a purpose in life, and that’s to live. Breathing in one
Being a single person is more expensive than being married
About 50% of people are single, and they sure can’t gain any tax advantages being single (even if they’re common-law partners), than if they were to legally get married