I was reading a post over on Bogleheads the other day about someone who had just received their first set of golden handcuffs in the form of Restricted Stock Units, or RSU’s for short. In that post people were discussing the pros and cons to selling them as they vested. I have RSU’s from my […]
When I first picked up Middle Class Millionaire from the library I thought it would be about middle-class people who had become millionaires through saving and investing, similar to some of the lessons in The Millionaire Next Door. Instead I was slightly disappointed to find that it was about millionaires that held so-called “middle class […]
Looking for some fun ideas on frugal things you and your family can do together to get excited for Christmas? Look no further. As a busy working mom of three, I’m always on the lookout for things I can do in the evenings and weekends with my kids. After all, the older ones spend the entire […]
Ah, Christmas. That time of year that always seems so far away until it’s way too close. Especially when you have kids, it feels like they just start school and then BAM! You better get shopping for Christmas because its only weeks away and you haven’t gotten a thing. Going back as far as I […]
If you’re a high income earner, you’ll need to remember that colleges don’t give you aid if you don’t feel like saving. The other day I had a conversation with a friend where he made it clear that he was hoping there was a magic way to get tons of college aid on an income of around $200k per year. At that income level, the government expects that you’ll be responsible with your money and save some of it for college.
I love to read different tips for succeeding at work, and the book “New Rules of the Game – 10 Strategies for Women in the Workplace” by Susan Packard (cofounder of HGTV) is no exception. I got this out of the library (as usual)-it wasn’t in the “new” section, but it was published back in […]