It’s Monday, which means it’s time to set a financial goal for the week.
A few weeks ago I wrote about wanting to go from “social media renter” to “website homeowner,” and I am proud to announce that as of this weekend, NicoleDieker.com no longer redirects to my Tumblr.
The longer we were together, the more I realized that just because someone is smart doesn’t mean they’re automatically smart with money.
Featuring Billfolder The Other Ginger!
Since we’re halfway through the month—a little over halfway, now—it’s time to check in on my earnings and expenses.
And you probably shouldn’t put all of those eclipse glasses on your credit card.
When you share a bank account, how do you treat each other?
I collect those souvenir pennies that you get by placing fifty-one cents into a machine at a tourist attraction and turning a big crank.
The Why Oh Why podcast asks the question—and gets several different answers.
I liked The Pumpkin Plan significantly less than I liked Profit First.
I was stunned. I didn’t think this would be the outcome, and I certainly did not expect the news to be delivered via email.
It’s Thursday, which means it’s time to Do 1 Thing.
Texas just passed a bill requiring people to buy supplementary health insurance if they want abortion services to be included in their coverage.
I’m in my mid-thirties now, married with two kids on a different continent, and her checks still appear in my dormant Australian account with regularity.
It isn’t just people in big coastal cities who plan on moving elsewhere: 85 percent of people in Tallahassee plan on moving, along with 57 percent of people in Raleigh, 76 percent of people in Providence, etc. etc. etc.
A school in Polk County, Florida recently sent orientation packets to parents that included a “special offer:” make a $100 donation to the Parent-Teacher-Student-Alliance and your kid will get to cut the lunch line!
Welcome to part three of my series about buying new hearing aids in 2017, five years after purchasing my last pair (that cost literally thousands of dollars).
It’s Wednesday, which means its time to ask those pointed financial questions.