Budgeting Case Studies

Our money is so personal.  Thanks to Equifax we can look at three real life examples.

This advice from Suze Orman rings true…

Tips from Suze Orman. Something to think about when setting financial goals.

Foolproof ways to save money

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Useful apps according to TED

If you don’t know who TED.com is you are missing a great deal of inspiring talks. TED people are often thought leaders. They put together a useful list of their favorite apps. Enjoy!

Microeconomics in the News

One day after hitting an all-time high, Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) shares have their worst showing in seven months. And on the same day, rival Samsung unveils a pallet of new products. Coincidence or not? Watch the story on the Nightly Business Report for September 3, 2014.

Notable on Net Worth from the New York Times

The inflation-adjusted net worth for the typical household was $87,992 in 2003. Ten years later, it was only $56,335, or a 36 percent decline – a third less! What is net worth? It is your personal or family’s balance sheet.  In other words  – everything you own (assets)  minus everything you owe (debts – credit […]

Combat mosquitos and save money on grapes

Combat mosquitos and save money on grapes

I saw on Dr. Oz that eating grapes is unappealing to mosquitos and as it turns out, SavingsStar is discounting grapes 20% as its Healthy Offer of the week.  A twofer. SavingsStore depots money into an account for me when I shop.  After $5 is earned, they will deposit it into my Amazon account, or […]

How to be a millionaire

If you use this calculator you will find out what it takes to be a millionaire. You can do it!  Send me an email when you do.

Does word choice matter on a resume? Yup!

Hiring Managers Rank Best and Worst Words to Use in a Resume in New Career Builder Survey from the WSJ.com

The Rising Cost of Not Going to College

A  Pew Research study has come out with the results, On virtually every measure of economic well-being and career attainment—from personal earnings to job satisfaction to the share employed full time—young college graduates are outperforming their peers with less education. Do you need more motivation to continue your education?