October 7, 2012

Have Regular Talks About Your Financial Situation (280/365)

There’s an interesting phenomenon that happens in a marriage. After a while, you become so accustomed to the person you’re with that you often think you completely know what their desires and goals are and where they want to be heading in the future. That kind of complacency can be comforting. You can feel as though you have a rock to rely on. However, people change. […]

The Value of Personal Finance Seminars

Several months ago, I was contacted by a company that wanted to work hand-in-hand with me to develop a seminar series where I would take the ideas behind The Simple Dollar and convert them into a format not too unlike the seminars presented by Dave Ramsey and his group. While I considered the idea for a while, I eventually declined the offer, mostly because of the enormous time commitment and time […]

Reader Story: Go online to raise money-savvy kids

This post from Doug Lebda is part of the reader stories series. Doug is a personal finance expert, father of three, founder and chairman of Lending Tree, the Lending Tree Foundation and co-founder of Tykoon. Some reader stories contain general advice; others are examples of how a GRS reader achieved financial success or failure. […]

Divine Intervention to Sell Homes

For those of you new to Free Money Finance, I post on The Bible and Money every Sunday. Here's why. As most of you know, I've started the process of becoming a real estate investor. […]