How to Make Money on eBay Selling Stuff You Don’t Own

As we continue to slug through an abysmal economy, more and more people are looking for ways to earn extra income. Running this blog now for three years has taught me that there are literally thousands of ways you can make extra money online. One way to make money online is by selling other people’s […]


List of Personal Finance Software Options

When it comes to budgeting your money, one of the key first steps is using the right tools. For many that may be nothing more than a pad of paper and pencil, or an Excel spreadsheet. I’ve used Excel spreadsheets for years, and you can find some really helpful (and free) Excel budget templates online, […]


The 10 Largest Universities In The United States

Some of the country’s largest universities are hailed as the most entertaining due to the sheer amount of people that attend and the range of activities offered. You might just be one of the crowd if you attend a large school, but who’s to say that can’t be the most fun? According to Fall 2009 […]


What is a W-4 Form?

If you’ve ever started a job, you’ve filled out a Form W-4. Form W-4 is the federal tax form employees fill out to allot tax withholding. Basically, this form tells your employer how much to withhold from your paychecks. The form ensures that your employer withholds the correct amount in federal tax.  Unless you’re exempt from […]


The 5 Best Low Interest Credit Cards of 2017

If you’re the type of credit card user who rolls a balance from month to month, a low interest credit card is essential. No longer will you find credit cards with 5% APR, but you also don’t have to settle for 34.99%. Many of these low interest cards aren’t just low interest, either. They come with other […]


What Do Unemployment Numbers Really Mean?

Wondering what to make of the constant barrage of headlines about the US unemployment rate? While most people gather that a rising percentage is bad, and a declining one better, few understand exactly what information the rate reflects. Does an unemployment rate of 10% mean that one in 10 Americans isn’t working? Would that mean […]