A little while ago, I wrote an article about the unbelievable amount we spend on subscriptions every month. $30/month for Internet $50/month for cell phone $40/month for cable TV (more…)
I've been going over the survey responses. Thanks to all of the ideas, I'm going to be improving the site with some very cool stuff in the next few weeks and months. Here's a quick overview of the stats: (more…)
I spend a lot of time writing and teaching about personal finance. Hopefully you've enjoyed it and will continue to in the future. Now I'm trying to make this site better and I could use your help. Can you take a 3-minute survey? I'll use your feedback to add more content and to see what you want to learn about. ...
Remember when I blew my budget in New York? Here's the progress of getting back on course (scroll down) Take the financial education challenge: http://dosomething.org/challenges/financial/ (Thanks to David W. for the link) Where can your $10 make a difference? How about any of these 10 charities: Virtue: Ten Bucks? Ten Charities I also love this article ...
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Here's a great Frontline documentary by PBS: Secret History of the Credit Card Check out the interviews if you get a chance.
Hmm...sometimes it IS worth it! In the varieties popped, the percentage of unpopped kernels ranged from 4 percent in premium brands to 47 percent in the cheaper ones. CNN reports on groundbreaking innovation in the home popcorn market: Scientists solve unpopped popcorn