The space that Luna and her partners own isn't only a source of tasty treats; it's also a studio for money coaching. Over pie and coffee, I chatted with Luna and one of her money coaches, Dryden Driggers.
I asked Jacob Fisker if he'd be willing to update people on what he's been doing for the past decade. Here, is his story of life after Early Retirement Extreme.
Because I'm a money nerd, I get very excited when the new Consumer Expenditure Survey numbers are released each year. And guess what! The 2018 data was released two weeks ago.
FinCon in not a political event and never has been. Too, nothing about personal finance is inherently political. Sure, some folks put a political spin on the material they present, but that's an individual choice.
Let’s face it. Most of us, at one point or another, have been faced with a financial emergency, or a plain, old-fashioned cash crunch. It’s definitely not a fun spot to be in.
Over the past week, there have been a lot of stories going around that everyone is entitled to $125 due to the Equifax settlement. Here are the facts.
And now you’re ready to buy. Follow these steps to get a good deal and make the car-buying process at the dealership as painless as possible.
Based on this experience, I could have easily concluded that coding wasn’t for me. Maybe I didn't have a “logical” brain since it just didn't click with me. Maybe instead I should major in something that came easily to me, like psychology or English.
I personally find doing laundry calming, but there are certain things that I hate doing — and that I will happily outsource to others.
People get frustrated with a budget because it never seems to work. They never reach their spending targets. Or emergencies break the budget.