In our house there is a 12-year-old girl, a 16-year-old boy, my husband, and me.
As you might remember, I just became a Vanguard Voyager Client — and yesterday, I had my first conversation with Vanguard Personal Advisor Services.
We don’t always consider the effect student debt has on a student’s parents.
Over the past year, we have spent just under $400 on kids’ clothes.
At The Baffler, M.H. Miller writes about being “incapacitated by debt for a decade.”
It’s Wednesday, which means it’s time to charge up our financial questions.
Most people who know me know that I have a travel problem; in the past year I’ve visited eight different states and three countries.
Also, Vanguard thinks I might already be saving enough for retirement?
Is this a good idea, or a terrible one?
When my three-year-old son was diagnosed with autism a little over a year ago, I had no idea how our lives would change, let alone how our finances would be affected.
This purchase would mark my transition from the casual wardrobes of grad school and summer camp into the sobering reality of the modern American office workplace.
No Friday Chat this week, but I did want to share this NYT article about what people are buying for their pets, these days.
Here’s your monthly update on the inner workings of The Billfold LLC!
It’s Thursday, which means there’s still time to ask our weekly financial questions.
The other morning, while showering, I glanced around the tub and couldn’t find face wash.
In June I received $3,357.31 in freelance income and $89.85 in book royalties, or $3,447.16 total.
Liz (not her real name) is a 30-year-old mother of two (5 and 7) whose spouse is in the Navy.
It’s the beginning of the month, which means it’s time to set some financial goals.