Two big events are fresh in my mind, framing today’s column. First (and less important), today is my birthday. Second (and more important), my aunt just passed away at age 55
Valentine’s Day was a couple weeks back, meaning low-cost, low-pressure dates are back in fashion. Rejoice, dating types—you can now happily attempt a frugal date. (Single persons: remain as you were.)
The more knowledge I have about my taxes, the more I can plan for their role in my life.
Personally, I find bars frequently too expensive and permanently too loud for my enjoyment.
After awakening from your holiday food coma, dear reader, tackle your last assignment of the year.
We’re in the midst of the seasonal sales storm, and there are innumerable Sirens of Convenience
If you’re unaware, there is a show called Extreme Cheapskates on TLC, and it is currently terrible
Why does paying for commercial-less radio shock me, but paying for commercial-full television not?
For this week’s assignment, your task is to seek out completely free entertainment for the next week
Planning ahead for purchases of all kinds acts as a treasure map…
Thinking about food as a cost-per-meal calculation can help reign in spending.
She paid off her debts in six months, and then started putting that 35% into saving for a down payment on a house. That’s the power of examining the percentages.
Greetings new students! You’re just in time for the second half of a two-part budget column.