May 31st, 2005
Ever wonder how to raise your kids if you have money? Here's tomorrow's WSJ personal-finance article--and a question for you.
May 31st, 2005
I fly to New York pretty often and I almost always take JetBlue. On top of being cheap and having a great customer experience, you get bonus points for booking online that translate into a free flight pretty soon. But I had a problem with my flight points last time. Here's how I got it fixed.
May 28th, 2005
A lot of people are really cheap. They'd rather not spend $1 than spend $1 knowing they'll make $5 back. That's not smart. On the other hand, smart people know they should treat certain expenses as investments, not discretionary spending. Another way to look at is that it's ok (even preferred) to spend money on anything where you'll make a ...
May 17th, 2005
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
May 14th, 2005
Nobody should want to be rich just for the money. Here's a great quote from Tim Sanders in his new book, The Likeability Factor.
Success has been redefined. My grandmother, a product of the Great Depression, raised me to value a lifetime of financial security in which I would never lose my home and could afford to send my kids ...
May 12th, 2005
Of all the auto-related economy moves, premium vs regular gas is one of the least important!
A little while ago, Jonathan sent me a long email telling me why he disagreed with me. We went back and forth, but one his points really stuck with me--saving on little things may help you feel better, but it often does ...