Making the Most of Morningstar: Determining the Market Cap of a Portfolio

This article is part of our Morningstar User’s Guide, a series of articles discussing how to make the best use of the tools, research and analysis available at Morningstar.com. In the series on asset allocation, we looked at the importance of the market capitalization (or market cap, for short) of a fund or portfolio. Today, […]

Published or Updated: August 1, 2013

25 Travel Websites to Use When Booking Your Next Vacation

Traveling doesn’t have to break the bank. In fact, with a little effort, you can find some great deals. Where such deals be found? I’ve assembled a bevy of resources to aid you in your travel planning (the below are not in any particular order and the resource that yields you the best deal will […]

Published or Updated: May 23, 2016

50 Incredibly Useful Resources for Freelancers

Welcome to our week-long series on How to Earn Extra Income from a Side Hustle. In this fourth of five articles, we look at 50 resources every freelancer can use. Knowing where to find the right tools to help you get the job done is an important part of the Side Hustle process. The web […]

Published or Updated: May 23, 2016

Track Your Finances with HelloWallet

I‘ve been writing about finance for many years now, having trudged through the many reviews of online software to help consumers budget.   Quicken has always been my software of choice, but I have to say that as of today, I’ll be using HelloWallet for all of my budgeting needs.  This software may be a bit […]

Published or Updated: January 27, 2012

Why I Use Quicken to Manage My Debt Mountain

Debt sucks.  There’s just no prettier way to say it and for the past four years, I’ve been dealing with more non-mortgage debt than most Americans will ever see.  You see, after being extremely stupid and attending a private university for five years (to obtain a four year degree no less), I took on the […]

Published or Updated: June 6, 2011

A Review of DoughHound – Personal Finance Software

Many readers are familiar with the plethora of personal finance tracking sites available these days. Now there’s a newcomer to that arena: DoughHound.com. The site, created by married couple Daniel and Jillian Tobias, launched earlier this year, and is a spin-off of their personal project to save enough money for a trip around the world. […]

Published or Updated: March 22, 2013

7 Personal Finance Books That Can Change Your Life

“Books are the quietest and most constant of friends; they are the most accessible and wisest of counselors, and the most patient of teachers.”–Charles W. Eliot. As the holiday buying season gets underway, I thought I’d share those personal finance and investing books that have been my best “friends,” “counselors,” and “teachers.” If followed, these […]

Published or Updated: November 12, 2010

A Free Resume Template Site from Microsoft

Trying to create a resume from scratch can be a real chore, particularly if you’ve just been laid off. We’ve written in the past about free resume templates that can help you develop a professional looking resume. Microsoft has updated its site that provides literally hundreds of free resume samples and templates. And the site […]

Published or Updated: May 20, 2014

Price Protectr: Automate Comparison Shopping with this Free Tool

Did you ever wonder if you were getting the best price for something you buy online? There are a number of tools that will help answer that question, and even watch the Internet for a better deal. Price Protectr is one of those tools, and it’s really easy to use. Once you find what you […]

Published or Updated: January 16, 2012

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