Roughly a year ago, I wrote an article entitled Goals and Plans for 2008 that specified the things I intended to do during this year:
The following guest post is from Jason of FrugalDad.com. Jason writes about frugal living, family finances, and other related topics at his blog. With the
I’m apparently one of a tiny handful of college football fans out there that actually thinks the BCS system works well. Almost every year, it
Over the past few weeks, several readers have written in with questions related to defaulting on their loans. Some individuals were in a precarious situation
While I recuperate, I’ll be sprinkling in a few guest posts from some of my favorite personal finance bloggers. This is a guest post from
As I’ve written about on here and Twittered about more than a few times, I’ve been through some serious health issues over the last month
Each Monday, The Simple Dollar opens up the reader mailbags and answers ten to twenty simple questions offered up by the readers on personal finance
Every other Sunday, The Simple Dollar reviews a personal finance, personal development, or entrepreneurship book. Ever wondered how exactly someone becomes world class at something?
My wife keeps a pretty simple journal. In it, she simply notes the best moment of her day (and occasionally a few other things). Usually,
One topic that seems to come up time and time again in my reader mailbag columns is the concept of reading for personal growth. I
Each year, I like to highlight a charity that’s near and dear to my heart and encourage readers, if they’re considering donating money to a
This is the ninth in a weekly series of articles providing a chapter-by-chapter in-depth “book club” reading of Benjamin Graham’s investing classic The Intelligent Investor.
In just a few short months, the price of gas at the station I regularly use has dropped from $4.09 per gallon to $1.49 per
Not too long ago, my wife and I combined our checking and savings accounts, mostly in an effort to make our personal finance management simpler.
Over Thanksgiving and the following weekend, my wife and children and I went back to our home town to visit our families. There were many
As some of you are aware, I’ve been recovering from a very nasty illness (or series of illnesses) for a while now. Some days are
This past Saturday, I was a dinner guest at the home of a family friend of my wife’s parents. Over dinner, the conversation was lively
The routine is familiar to many parents. You have an out-of-town school or extracurricular function, whether it be a sporting event or a club meeting