That’s right, I have a family of five and I don’t own an SUV. This family of five includes two adults, one teenage boy the size of an adult, a soon-to-be eleven year old, and a three year old in a carseat. Why is this the case – and how do we manage? Find out more here.
My car dealer told me years ago that it would cost over two hundred bucks to replace my broken automatic key, so I’ve been living with my spare key for years. Check out today’s story about how my husband saved over a hundred and fifty bucks by replacing my key the cheaper way – and learn some financial lessons in the process.
The year was 2009. The stock market had crashed in 2008, and was just beginning its slow march to recovery. Even though the market was doing poorly, real estate was crashing, and the company I worked for had received a TARP bailout (by buying a small bank so they would be eligible), our personal financial […]
If you’ve ever tried researching accounts for kids, your head is probably spinning with all the different options available to you. In this article, I break down the various options you have to put aside money for kids, and what each of them is good for.
I have been the proud owner of an Ooma Telo for the past four years now. Before getting the Ooma, we had our home phone first through the actual telephone company with a real phone line (I’m old, I know), and then through a VOIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol, or internet phone) setup with the […]
Good morning all, and happy weekend! It’s the start of the Fourth of July weekend for those of my readers in the US, and I hope you have something fun planned. For my readers not in the US, the fourth of July is our independence day celebration, and you can learn more about it here. […]