personal finance

In the world of personal finance, you’re usually trying to do one of two things. The first is finding ways to make your money go further when it comes to buying things and paying bills. The second is making sure you have enough money to either fix or replace things you need. Sometimes the belief […]

The truth is that overall 2016 was a great year financially, no matter what some people had to say. Unemployment was very low, the stock market thrived, fewer people lost their jobs from major corporations (who remembers the end of 2008 & the beginning of 2009 when tens of thousands at a time were losing […]

I’m going to admit something. I’m not big on signing up for stuff, and it’s mainly because I hate giving too much information out to companies for fear that they’re either going to spam me with all sorts of stuff, get hacked or sell email addresses. This means I’m pretty choosy about everything I see […]

About 3 years ago I wrote a post here recommending that people shop around locally for pharmaceutical deals and talked about some of my experiences. Based on a recent news story about the rising costs of insulin and all the complaints people are making it seemed like it was a good time to bring this […]

The concept of paying bills automatically goes back a lot of years. In the past there was only one way of doing it, that being to set up a payment plan with whomever you needed to pay bills to and allowing them to automatically draw money from your bank account. Sarah Gilbert via Compfight For […]

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