finance

Say No! 7 Reasons Why You Shouldn't Get Married if You're in Debt

Newlyweds can fight about more important things than money (like the chores) if they enter the union debt-free. Read on for reasons why you should wait to wed.

7 Financial Lessons From Breaking Bad

Whether or not you think Walter White got the end he deserved, his rise and fall as a drug kingpin does have something to teach about sensible money management.

Best Money Tips: Steps to Finding Financial Improvement

Today we found some great articles on finding financial improvement, the reality of passive income, and lessons we can learn from Candy Crush Saga.

Best Money Tips: Triggers for Financial Infidelity

Today we found some great articles on triggers for financial infidelity, how to do your own landscaping, and tips for buying your first home.

Best Money Tips: Letting Go of Financial Stress

Today we found some great articles on letting go of financial stress, moves to make at work this year, and ways to make your resolutions stick.

10 Small Business Money Myths to Reconsider

Sometimes it's smart business to go with tried and true solutions to common financial questions. But what if those old solutions don't provide the right answers?

Where to Turn When Your Bank Doesn't Love You Anymore

Many traditional lenders such as banks are pulling back credit, even from long term, credit-worthy customers. Fortunately,there are plenty of alternatives to traditional banks.

18 Year End Financial Must Dos

The window of opportunity is closing rapidly for many key financial moves. Act soon, or you may miss out on substantial tax savings and more.

Why Now Is The Time To Buy A Business

Nobody their right mind would want to buy a small business in this economy. Would they?

Best Money Tips: Money Lessons From Mom

Today we found some awesome articles on money lessons from mom, ways to come up with million dollar ideas, and what to look for in a bank or credit union.

What Is True Affordability?

When is something truly affordable? If you are making more than $1 million a year, does this automatically mean you can afford everything?

I Am Doing Well Financially. Now What?

Eventually, there comes a point in time when you can actually afford a few niceties in life. How will you react?

What's in Store for the Economy?

The truth is that the economy, just like a most other things in life, simply can’t be measured in straight line gains and losses. The economy is so much more than a line g

California First Lady Maria Shriver Talks to Us About Help for Families in Tough Times

Working families all across the U.S. are feeling the tightening economy. “Day by day” is truly the only way to handle things, but did you also know that there is help? In additio

How The Economic Crisis Challenges Our Financial Beliefs

As the economic crisis deepens, I'm seeing more people beginning to challenge the conventional wisdom espoused in personal finance. Given how financially difficult things have bec

A Little Light in Dark Financial Times

I have more vehicle repairs to make than I have days in a year. My sink is clogged, and I’m bailing out water with buckets. Diapers just went up another 15% in my area. (And gue

This Post Really Suk-kuks: Examining Islamic Finance

There is a burgeoning form of Islamic fundamentalism and it has nothing to do with hate speech or bombs -- Shariah-compliant financing. These loans, based on the premise that

Money Porn: Are you an "Adult" Investor?

With the use of provocative phrases such as "hard sell," "sharp-rise," "capital injection," inflation," "surge" and "double-digit

Review of The Money Mammals DVD for Children

Snigglezoo Entertainment recently sent me a review copy of their Money Mammals DVD to try out. The results were both surprising and delightful.

Speeding through your mortgage

Now that many of you have crunched the numbers for accelerating your mortgage payoff, I think you are ready for a quick lesson on speeding through your mortgage. Now, I am not sayi