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?
Archives for 2011
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.
Facebook is a great tool to keep up with family and friends, share pictures of your kids, ask for advice, keep others posted about what is happening in your life and learn what is happening in other people’s lives. I have some friends from college that I don’t talk to regularly, but I know what […]
Our tiptoes are touching the threshold of a very dangerous time of year. The time of year is called the holiday season. It begins on October 31st and lasts until early January. For many people, these are the months to cease the day. It’s the time to loosen the purse strings and unbuckle the belt […]
For many college students, the freedoms associated with living away from Mom and Dad can be pretty exciting. However, for students who have never to deal with money without adult supervision, college can end up being a series of mistakes on the path the financial freedom and maturity. Here are five of the most common […]
With the temperatures dipping in the 30’s this week, the Midwest is starting to feel Old Man Winter creep in quickly! Here’s how to prepare.
If you are struggling to get out of debt, should you reveal your debt to your family and friends, or keep it on the down low?
One of my favorite financial websites – GoBankingRates.com – is giving away a $50 Amex gift card! I’m excited to host this contest here on Bible Money Matters and also tell you a bit more about this great website. GoBankingRates is a great resource for customers looking for the best interest rates on savings accounts, […]
While doing research for my project on credit I really wanted to figure out why so many 20-somethings were clueless when it came to building credit, paying off debt, and real estate. I’m not exactly the typical finance person. I enjoy my drinks and I enjoy talking about the most random topics. I never preach […]