We had a bunch of high school kids over for a summer kickoff party last night and for some reason they all had baby fever. Not that they want to have babies (if that was the case I’m pretty sure Girl Ninja and I would be horrible youth group leaders) but that they want Girl Ninja and I to have babies…
Unless Congress acts, and the President signs off on it, interest rates on federally subsidized student loans are set to rise to 6.8% on July 1, 2013. That’s double the current rate of 3.4%.
For graduates repaying their loans, that could mean a significant increase in monthly payments. If your budget is already stretched, and you don’t have room to pay more on student loans, that could be a real problem…
She’s going to kill me when she sees this, but I just wouldn’t be doing my job as a personal finance blogger if I didn’t talk about this today 😉 She’s completely off her rocker!
Here’s the deal. You know how we’re living with my mother-in-law (her mom) right now? Well, as part of her agreeing to let us stay there, she kindly asked that my dear wife finally clean out her old room growing up that’s been left pretty much frozen in time all these years…
Well, first of all, let’s get the proper introductions down. I am a huge nerd, and I named my car. His name is KAL (yes, in all caps) and obviously, he’s a dude…
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I’m a recent law school graduate who has spent the last year working for the federal government; in a few months, my job will end and I’ll begin working for a corporate law firm. Along with the salary increase ($60k to $175k), I’ll be getting a $50k bonus from my new firm for having spent the last year in the government position…
Before I get to my strategies, I want to quickly thank David for allowing me to invade his blog a couple times a month to offer some useful money saving tips along with a few related coupons to help save some cash. Thanks David!
Last December, I wrote a post for Young Adult Money titled Online Strategies for Holiday Shopping Bargains and so I thought today I would finish off this series with a few more little-known shopping strategies…
Everything is going along perfectly. Savings are building up. Debts are going down. Financial goals are being reached (or at least approached). It’s all chugging right along.
Then something happens.
Someone gets sick or, even worse, passes away…
According to the site Children’s Music Workshop, there are many benefits to music education including the below:Early training develops language and reasoning areas of the brain…
Every spring and summer, it can feel like every couple you know all decide to get married around the same time.
Once you’ve received the third or fourth wedding invitation in a season, it’s natural to wonder how on earth you are going to afford to attend each wedding and give a nice gift…