Here are some things we do to help remind our children to keep the birth of Christ the forefront of the holiday season.
Archives for November 2011
A lot of people end up paying for a premium cell service that is not needed when they could save hundreds by using prepaid cell service.
I decided to go shopping on Thanksgiving eve thinking the crowds would be manageable. Boy was I mistaken. Has consumerism taken over?
You can save hundreds of dollars on home repair costs by doing it yourself. Here are some resources we use to do our own repairs.
Within the last four years, it has become more difficult to borrow. In that environment, more people are considering borrowing from family. Should they?
Black Friday is a war. You need to plan your day with military precision, detailing your battle plan down to the smallest detail. Here’s how
When purchasing big ticket items or giving a down payment, pay with your credit card in order to minimize your risk of losing your money.
Winter is just around the bend, and some places already have seen snow. How can you save on your electric bills when the cold arrives?
It may take me another year, 5 years to get where I want to truly be in my career. During that time I’m going to try to find contentment.
It is no secret that many Americans graduate from college with debt. The government may be offering some help to those with student loans.
We’ve been without credit cards for two years now. The question is do we regret cutting up those cards in favor of cash only spending?
Currently, the national unemployment rate is hovering at 9.1%. Some states, however, are booming. North Dakota has a national low of 3.5%. Here’s why.
Lending Club has been having another banner year this year, reaching 400 million in loan originations. My returns now top 11%.
If you have children one thing you’ve probably started to think about is how you’re going to be able to pay for their college education. Here are some options.