Two of my personal finance blogging friends have recently introduced a new site and Ebook that are absolutely worth checking out. The first is a new site called Personal Finance Buzz, or PF Buzz for short. The second is an Ebook called the College Grad Money Guide. PF Buzz PF Buzz was created by a […]
I recently received a phishing email intended to trick me into divulging confidential banking information. As a follow up to my LifeLock Review, I thought I’d share the email with you. If you’re not familiar with phishing emails or how to detect them, I’ll cover that in a moment. But first, here’s an image of […]
With Father’s Day fast approaching, finding a memorable gift that doesn’t break the bank can be a chore. To make things easy for you, what follows are a list of Father’s Day gifts that range in cost from zero to about $25. And for those fathers reading this article, you’ll be happy to know that […]
This article reviews Fidelity’s Freedom Funds and Vanguard’s Target Retirement Funds. These funds represent an easy way to diversify your investments in a single mutual fund.
As my wife can attest, I have a touch of Attention Deficit Disorder. Hey look, something shiny. Where was I? Anyway, this month’s edition of ADDitude Magazine lists several great sites to help you focus and stay organized. Staying organized is particularly important for sound money management. Have you ever forgotten to pay a bill […]
Welcome to the Best of April 2008. Here you’ll find the best articles, posts, tools, resources and news about money, finance and investing from the past month. News & Analysis Subprime Mortgage Squeeze Causing Rise in Foreclosures A New York Times’ article described the impact the subprime mortgage crisis is having on foreclosures in some […]