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How Should You Prepare For the End of the CARES Act?

What’s inside? Here are the questions answered in today’s reader mailbag, boiled down to summaries of five or fewer words. Click on t…

15 Buying Recommendations for Everyday Things

Over the last several months, a number of questions for the reader mailbag have revolved around what exactly I buy for various common household p…

Should You Buy That? We Answer 5 Reader Questions About Major Purchases

Spending hundreds or thousands of dollars on a single purchase is a major commitment, one that you may come to cherish or may come to regret. Tod…

Where You Can Open a Roth IRA and Other Reader Questions, Answered

Roth IRAs are a powerful retirement investment vehicle accessible to almost all Americans, but the specifics of how to start and use one can be a…

30 Essential Pieces of Free (and Open) Software for Windows

We live in a golden age of computer software, where there are freely available software packages for almost any purpose. But isn’t there no such…

3 Reader Questions About Parenting and Finance, Answered

Parenthood is one of life’s greatest responsibilities and, for many, one of its greatest joys. Having an infant who is entirely dependent upon yo…

Credit Card Processing Guide for Small Businesses

Whether you are just getting ready to take the leap of accepting credit cards at your business or you already are, but want to make sure you are…

Frugality, Philosophy, and Time Management

In Monday’s reader mailbag, Eric asked a great question: I find it interesting that you write about things like time management and philoso…

Why You Can’t Time the Market: Thoughts on Investing in Stocks

Marcus wrote in with a great reader mailbag question that really couldn’t be answered in brief, so I expanded my answer into a post. Here&#…

How to Use a Simple Pocket Notebook to Change Your Life

A few days ago, in Monday’s Reader Mailbag, I made an off-hand reference to my own use of pocket notebooks, where I wrote a paragraph or tw…

How I Use Credit Cards … And Why

Sasha writes in with a typical question: A lot of different personal finance bloggers have different ways that they use credit cards. Some of the…

Student Loan Debt and No Job? What Now?

I get some variation on the above email all the time. In fact, I could probably include some variation on this question in every single reader ma…