Guest Post: Just got married? Here’s what you need to know.

[From Ramit: Today is Todd Doerr's 3rd and final guest post. Earlier this week, he wrote about what to do before you file your taxes this year, and how college students can save their parents money. This post is written for newly married couples. The closest I've come to writing about this was my long post on weddings, so it's ...

Guest post: College students, could your parents save on taxes?

[From Ramit: Yesterday, Todd wrote about what to do before you file your taxes. Today, this article is specifically for college students. I know, I know. You feel guilty because your parents are paying thousands every semester while you're busy napping all day and trying to spit game at the girl next door. And failing. Your parents may be able ...

Guest post: Read this before you file your income taxes!

[Update: Roth IRA amounts corrected below.] [From Ramit: Since tax season is here, I wanted to write something about the tax issues we face. But since I'm not an expert, I've typically turned to guest posters to help. Last year, David Bergstein answered your tax questions. This year, I've invited Todd Doerr to guest-post for the next three days. Over ...

1,031 people respond: How they spent money on Valentine’s Day

[Update: Check out Slide #5. It's hilarious how the percentage of men and women who bought "intimate apparel" is...equal.] A few days ago, I asked you how much you spent on Valentine's Day. With 1,031 responses, here's the analysis (RSS readers, click here to see the slides). | View | Upload your own Click for a larger view See my ...

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Mission accomplished

Probably one of my favorite emails ever. Ramit, Hello. My name is Kayla and my brother actually sent me your recent entry about college financial aid at Stanford University. I was definitely interested because I know that college is going to be very difficult for me to pay for and, quite honestly, I'm really not looking forward to years of ...

College at Stanford is now effectively free. So what’s your excuse?

Last night at 1:30am, I received an email from Stanford, which read: Tomorrow, Stanford will announce significant changes in its financial aid program that will make undergraduate education more affordable for families receiving aid. We want you, our alumni, to be among the first to hear this news. [...] Stanford University today announced the largest increase in its history for ...